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FREE READ ô Cardington Crescent è [BOOKS] ✭ Cardington Crescent ✷ Anne Perry – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk When George Ashworth a womanizing aristocrat is found dead over his morning coffee his wife Emily is accused of murder But Emily's sister is none other than the indomitable Charlotte Pitt Together she When George Ashworth a wHan the indomitable Charlotte Pitt Together she and her husband Inspector Thomas Pitt take on the seemingly irreproachable March clan and uncover an insi. Emily’s husband is killed after what seems like an open affair Charlotte and Thomas have to be a United front and find the real killer It’s a very obvious and so unexpected one

Cardington CrescentHan the indomitable Charlotte Pitt Together she and her husband Inspector Thomas Pitt take on the seemingly irreproachable March clan and uncover an insi. Emily’s husband is killed after what seems like an open affair Charlotte and Thomas have to be a United front and find the real killer It’s a very obvious and so unexpected one

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Cardington Crescent ↠ When George Ashworth a womanizing aristocrat is found dead over his morning coffee his wife Emily is accused of murder But Emily's sister is none other t. In the Victorian era during which time this series is set scandal in the upper classes is to be avoided at all costs While Emily married into the upper classes and became Lady Ashworth older sister Charlotte married a policeman – Thomas Pitt For some people in their circles it causes discomfort for there is no certain way to invite scandal than to have the police in their homes searching for evidence and asking uestions both above stairs and below stairsCardington Crescent is a Society address and there is a large house party with some attendees staying as long as a month During this time there are tensions and intrigues aplenty However while they may be observed they are not talked aboutWhen a member of the family is murdered Charlotte’s sister Emily becomes one of the suspects Aunt Vespasia an elderly lady who is Emily’s aunt by marriage asks Charlotte to come and stay with Emily until the murderer is apprehendedThere is a sub plot that runs through this story as well and while Inspector Thomas Pitt solves that one Charlotte does most of the groundwork of the house party murder and is the first to realize what had happened But not before a second murder occursThis novel introduces fascinating details about the Victorian age and the story moves along at a fast clip with at least two other sub plots simmering just below the surface and adding to the suspense As always Anne Perry’s storytelling skills and writing abilities ensured that I was fully engaged in this read from the beginning through to the end And as always – I look forward to my next mystery with Charlotte and Thomas Pitt FREE READ Ô JOHNS-CYCLING-DIARY.CO.UK ð Anne Perry

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Anne Perry ð 1 FREE READ Dious web of corruption and depravity that leads them from the elegant Crescent town house to the hideous London slums from genteel society to murder aga. As book #8 in the the Thomas and Charlotte Pitt series Cardington Crescent is the best so far for me I did find the beginning just a bit slow but the suspense just kept building until the very end Parts of a dismembered woman are found throughout an area of modest means Then Charlotte's brother in law George has been poisoned in his relative's home Emily is being suspected by the patriarch and his mother as the prime suspect for she had 'married up' in their opinion For Inspector Thomas Pitt he doesn't expect to be able to solve the first murder but he does his best along with Charlotte to prove Emily's innocence The mindset of the upper crust of Victorian society was incredibly conveyed in this book You could just feel the suffocating strictures and the hypocritical actions of all It is amazing the secrets harbored within an individual let alone a family As Charlotte stated We never do know anyone else completely And nor should we it would be an intrusion And I daresay at times it would be painful and destructive And perhaps boring How long would you stay in love with someone you could look through like glass and see everything One has to have mystery somewhere ahead left to explore or why go onI have now come to expect rather abrupt endings once the crime has been solved It is not necessarily in a way we would expect and I certainly didn't see it this time But the scandal of it all would be contained but at such a price