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Anne Perry


(Juliet Hulme)
UK flag (b.1938)

Anne Perry is an English author of historical detective fiction, best known for her Thomas Pitt and William Monk series.

Genres: Historical Mystery, Mystery, Young Adult Fantasy, Fantasy, Young Adult Fiction
 
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Daniel Pitt Mystery
1. Twenty-One Days (2017)
2. Triple Jeopardy (2018)
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Elena Standish
1. Death in Focus (2019)
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Anne Perry recommends
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The Servant's Tale (1993)
(Sister Frevisse, book 2)
Margaret Frazer and Mary Monica Pulver
"A good mystery... excellently drawn."
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Sins of a Shaker Summer (1998)
(Sister Rose Callahan Mystery, book 3)
Deborah Woodworth
"A complete and very charming portrait of a world, its ways, and the beliefs of its people, and an excellent mystery to draw you along."
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Must the Maiden Die (1999)
(Seneca Falls Historical Mysteries, book 6)
Miriam Grace Monfredo
"Written beautifully, richly satisfying both to the head and to the heart."
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Death at Whitechapel (2000)
(Sir Charles Sheridan, book 6)
Robin Paige
"I read it with enjoyment."
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Murphy's Law (2001)
(Molly Murphy, book 1)
Rhys Bowen
"Irish humour and gritty determination... with more charm and optimism than the usual law attributed to Murphy."
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Diamond Dove (2006)
(Emily Tempest Investigation, book 1)
Adrian Hyland
"A hymn to the wit, courage, stark beauty and power of the dreaming of a unique people. One cannot help but be enriched by it."
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Oscar Wilde and the Dead Man's Smile (2009)
(Oscar Wilde, book 3)
Gyles Brandreth
"I always wanted to meet Oscar Wilde and now I feel that I have done, and shared a terrific, bizarre and frightening adventure with him. I recommend the experience."
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A Night of Long Knives (2010)
(Hannah Vogel, book 2)
Rebecca Cantrell
"A compelling and human story that captures brilliantly the atmosphere of Berlin during the rise of the Nazis."
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The Unremembered (2011)
(Vault of Heaven, book 1)
Peter Orullian
"A vast canvas filled with thought-provoking ideas on the question of good and evil that engage us all."
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His Right Hand (2015)
(Linda Wallheim, book 2)
Mette Ivie Harrison
"a very well written, fast moving crime story, but also far more than that. Deep social and moral issues dealt with, and made real with compassion and honesty. I couldn't put it down!"
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A Dangerous Duet (2018)
Karen Odden
"Enter a world of teeming and dangerous cities portrayed in vitality and amazing detail. Meet characters with tremendous courage and appetite for life, and be glad you can return at will to the present."
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Those Who Go By Night (2018)
Andrew Gaddes
"A vividly told story of love, fear and the abuse of power. Seems like another world, but look closer… all the human qualities, and the evils are still here!"

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