Review: Treason at Lisson Grove, A Charlotte and Thomas Pitt Novel by Anne Perry


Title: Treason At Lisson Grove, A Charlotte and Thomas Pitt Novel
Author: Anne Perry
Publisher: Ballantine Books 2011
Genre: Fiction
Labels: Detective, England, Ireland, Mystery, Victorian Period
Age: Adult
Pages: 336
Rating: 2 Stars

This is the first book written by Anne Perry that I've read.
Have you read her biography? Her life is just unreal! Sometimes truth is stranger than fiction.
http://www.amazon.com/wiki/Anne_Perry/ref=ntt_at_bio_wiki

Summary:
While Special Branch detective Thomas Pitt, is away on a trip to France. His wife Charlotte, back in London, becomes involved in trying to solve a case with his boss Victor Narraway. Charlotte, and Victor Narraway, travel to Dublin Ireland, hoping to unravel a plot framing Narraway. Meanwhile, Charlotte looses her domestic help at home, she hurries to find a replacement before leaving London. Thomas and Charlotte have two children: Jemima, and Daniel.

My Thoughts:
This is a quick read. It was okay. I found most of the story to be predictable. It is a light-read. Pure escapism.
I'm at a loss for further thoughts.

Link @ Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Treason-Lisson-Grove-Charlotte-Thomas/dp/0345510593/ref=tmm_pap_title_0
Paperback $12.16
Kindle $11.99

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