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Triple Jeopardy (Daniel Pitt Mystery 2)

Triple Jeopardy (Daniel Pitt Mystery 2)

The second thrilling mystery in an exciting new generation of Pitt novels, from the New York Times bestselling author and queen of Victorian crime, Anne Perry.

‘Anne Perry’s Victorian mysteries are marvels of plot construction’ New York Times

Daniel Pitt is delighted that his sister is visiting London with her American husband Patrick, a policeman, and their young daughters. But Patrick’s trip has another purpose, for which he enlists Daniel’s help.

Philip Sidney, a young British diplomat, is accused of robbery and assault in Washington, but he has taken diplomatic immunity and fled to England. The perfect opportunity to obtain justice presents itself when Sidney is accused of a small embezzlement at the British Embassy in the USA, but as Daniel digs deeper into the case it becomes clear that vengeance is involved.

When a witness is murdered in America suspicion of guilt falls on Sidney. But is somebody trying to frame him? And, if so, who and why? Daniel follows a trail that uncovers another murder, and leads from Washington to the idyllic Channel Islands, then to a dramatic scene in court that almost defies belief…
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Adventure / Historical Adventure

On Sale: 20th September 2018

Price: £20.99

ISBN-13: 9781472257215


Praise for Anne Perry: 'Anne Perry's Victorian mysteries are marvels of plot construction'
New York Times
A truly unusual mystery
Publishers Weekly
A brilliant Victorian police procedural in which well-realized characters and settings are fascinating in themselves
Engrossing...The book gallops to a dramatic conclusion
Washington Times Daily
There is a freshness about [Perry's] writing which makes it truly exceptional
Elegantly constructed and nail-bitingly tense
Good Book Guide
Redolent with Victorian atmosphere
Tangled Web
A page-turning thriller...blending compelling plotting with superbly realized human emotion and exquisite period detail
Jeffery Deaver