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Anne Perry

Biography

Anne Perry

Anne Perry is the bestselling author of two acclaimed series set in Victorian England: the William Monk novels, including DARK ASSASSIN and THE SHIFTING TIDE, and the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novels, including BUCKINGHAM PALACE GARDENS and LONG SPOON LANE. She is also the author of the World War I novels NO GRAVES AS YET, SHOULDER THE SKY, ANGELS IN THE GLOOM, AT SOME DISPUTED BARRICADE and WE SHALL NOT SLEEP, as well as a number of holiday novels, most recently A CHRISTMAS HOPE. Anne Perry lives in Scotland.

Anne Perry

Books by Anne Perry

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Mystery, Suspense/Thriller

Monk is witness to the terrible bombing of an afternoon pleasure boat on the river that leaves 200 people dead. An Egyptian man is quickly caught, tried, and sentenced to death-and then just as swiftly murdered in prison. When evidence surfaces that proves the dead man innocent, the case is handed to Monk, who must now rely on his own memory of the event to help piece together what really happened. He finds himself treading the dangerous waters of international political intrigue, where justice always comes with a price…and inadvertently makes himself the next target.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

The local police have found evidence of what appears to be an ugly crime at the home of Dudley Kynaston, an important member of the Ministry of Defense. Thomas Pitt and the Special Branch are called in to investigate. But the case takes a deadlier turn when the mutilated corpse of a young woman is found near the Kynaston home a few weeks later, and Pitt begins to realize that Kynaston himself is not entirely what he seems.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Holiday, Mystery

Claudine Burroughs dreads the holiday season for forcing her to face how empty her life has become. That all changes in the blink of an eye when a young streetwalker is brought to an exclusive holiday party Claudine is attending and then is allegedly murdered by a charming poet she had befriended. Can she save him from the gallows before Christmas?

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

For a generation, Anne Perry has invited readers to explore the heart of Victorian London through her novels. The compelling William Monk series continues in BLIND JUSTICE, depicting a world where men of wealth and men of evil often live side by side, and great men sometimes make unfortunate choices.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

The beloved husband-and-wife team of Thomas and Charlotte Pitt take on a traumatic murder case with chilling implications, exposing a nightmare world of fear and intimidation in which women are too often blamed for the violent attacks against them and powerful men take what they want --- leaving others to pay the price.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Mystery

Monty Danforth finds the tin buried beneath a shipment of leather-bound classics. Inside is a millennia-old vellum manuscript written in an unfamiliar but unmistakably ancient language. Danforth tries to photocopy and photograph it, but he ends up with blank images, as though the ink were made of something impervious to modern technology. As the scroll’s mystery enchants him, this hapless bookseller falls into a cutthroat conspiracy that he may never escape.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

Sent to India during the midst of the Indian Mutiny against the East India Company, Victor Narraway (Thomas Pitt's future boss) is charged with defending a British medical orderly accused of murdering a fellow guard. With the help of two small children, a Christmas garland, and some brilliant detective work, Narraway manages to find his Christmas miracle --- and learns a lesson about hope that he carries with him for the rest of his life.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

As commander of the River Police, William Monk is accustomed to violent death, but the mutilated body of a female moves him with horror and pity. The victim’s name is Zenia Gadney. Her waterfront neighbors can tell him little --- only that the same unknown gentleman had visited her once a month for many years. What sinister secrets could have made poor Zenia worth killing? And why does the government keep interfering in Monk’s investigation?

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

Rumors reach Thomas Pitt,  now the powerful head of Britain’s Special Branch, of a plot to blow up connections on the Dover-London rail line --- on which Austrian duke Alois Habsburg is soon to travel to visit his royal English kin. Why would anyone destroy an entire train to kill one obscure Austrian royal, or are the rumors designed to distract Pitt from an even more devastating plot?

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Historical Mystery, Mystery

A familiar face from the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novels --- Charlotte’s mother, Caroline --- travels with her young husband, Joshua Fielding, and his theatrical troupe to Whitby, the Yorkshire fishing village where Dracula the vampire first touched English soil in the sensational novel named after him.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Historical Fiction, Mystery

This latest installment in Anne Perry’s Victorian crime series finds Commander William Monk returning to a dangerous case that he thought he had left behind. High-stakes murder, conspiracy and dark secrets abound, and no one involved will escape unharmed.

by Anne Perry - Fiction, Mystery

Charlotte and Thomas Pitt are called out of London, to Ireland and France respectively, each chasing the person or group behind a sinister plot aimed directly at taking down the British government and Queen Victoria herself.