An Echo of Murder

An Echo of Murder (William Monk, #23)An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is a second book I’ve read by Anne Perry.

Interesting how all characters are connected. There are 4 monstrous murders committed in London, Hungarian neighborhood. English war physician Fitz is a suspect, as he is an outsider in the Hungarian neighborhood. Fitz is a longtime friend of Hester, Commander’s Monk (investigator) wife. He often get’s blackouts, caused by the time he spent in the Crimea war. As the investigation continues – Monk arrests Fitz, however, he believes in Fitz’ innocence. As Fitz’ trial approaches – Monk needs all the help he can get to solve the murders and free an innocent man. Hester, Will, and Fit’s lawyer are on the mission to find one straw that connects all 4 murders… and voila, the real killers (!!! I know multiple) have been disclosed.

Very interesting and twisted plot. Great introduction of characters, followed by great teamwork. I am looking forward to reading more of Anne Pane’s mysteries.

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