Mystery writer Anne Perry is in a class by herself. For the past 25
years and with over 30 novels to her credit, Perry has penned the
start of yet another memorable series with her latest World War I
epic, NO GRAVES AS YET.
While Perry is most noted for her Victorian-era mysteries and
memorable characters such as Thomas and Charlotte Pitt,
and William Monk and Hester Latterly, NO GRAVES AS YET
introduces Joseph Reavley, named after Perry's maternal
grandfather, who was a captain during World War I for England and
served as a chaplain in the trenches.
The fictitious Joseph Reavley in NO GRAVES AS YET is a Bible