Tag Archives: Victorian England

Book Review: The Tin God by Chris Nickson

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Societal change can bring out the best, or the worst, in people. There are those who fight to better the world, and those who feel so threatened by even the slightest deviation from their norm, that they resort to malfeasance, … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

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The latest in the William and Hester Monk series involves the brutal murder of a Hungarian immigrant. It is decidedly vicious in nature, something for the most part, still unheard of in Victorian England. So begins the story An Echo of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Murder on the Serpentine by Anne Perry

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The latest in Anne Perry’s, Thomas and Charlotte Pitt novels, Murder on the Serpentine, begins with a death that occurred under questionable circumstances, an audience with her majesty the aging and ailing Queen Victoria, and a puzzle. A complicated affair … Continue reading

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