Midnight at Marble Arch

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Product Details
Price
$17.00  $15.81
Publisher
Ballantine Books
Publish Date
Pages
368
Dimensions
5.19 X 8.14 X 0.81 inches | 0.59 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780345536686

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About the Author
Anne Perry was the bestselling author of two acclaimed series set in Victorian England: the William Monk novels and the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novels. She was also the author of a series featuring Charlotte and Thomas Pitt's son, Daniel, as well as the Elena Standish series; a series of five World War I novels; twenty-one holiday novels; and a historical novel, The Sheen on the Silk, set in the Byzantine Empire. Anne Perry died in 2023.
Reviews
"Sweeping and scandalous . . . [Anne] Perry has perfected a delicate touch."--The New York Times Book Review

"Fresh and vibrant . . . Perry captures Victorian England with flair, and her storyline is fascinating."--Wichita Falls Times Record News

"Perry is a master at illuminating the wrongs of the Victorian age."--Booklist (starred review)

"Bestselling author Perry continues her Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series with another splendid success. She is so familiar with life at this time that history, attitudes and culture are slipped in seamlessly so the reader sees the world as Victorians did. Not only are Inspector Pitt and his wife fully realized, their circle of friends and acquaintances also feel real and alive. This is a series to read from the beginning."--RT Book Reviews (Top Pick)

"May be [Perry's] most intense and thrilling novel to date . . . Midnight at Marble Arch is stunning and insightful from start to finish."--Bookreporter

"This book is packed with intrigue."--The Huffington Post

"The monsters Anne Perry creates are not easy to live with, and their actions linger long after the book is closed."--New York Journal of Books

"Engrossing . . . intriguing . . . Perry does a nice job exploring late Victorian attitudes toward sex crimes."--Publishers Weekly