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Other Books in Series
This is book number 6 in the Daniel Pitt series.
- #1: Twenty-one Days: A Daniel Pitt Novel (Paperback): $17.00
- #2: Triple Jeopardy: A Daniel Pitt Novel (Paperback): $18.00
- #3: One Fatal Flaw: A Daniel Pitt Novel (Paperback): $17.00
- #4: Death with a Double Edge: A Daniel Pitt Novel (Paperback): $17.00
- #5: Three Debts Paid: A Daniel Pitt Novel (Hardcover): $28.00
Daniel Pitt is under pressure to prosecute a beloved philanthropist whose good deeds may hide dark—and dangerous—secrets, in this gripping mystery from New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry.
Working his way up at the London law firm fford Croft and Gibson, Daniel Pitt is named junior counsel on a fraud case with the potential to make or break his—and the firm’s—reputation. The trouble is, Malcolm Vayne, the man on trial, has deep pockets, and even deeper connections. Vayne’s philanthropic efforts paint him a hero in the eyes of the public, but Daniel’s friend Ian, a police officer, has evidence to suggest otherwise. Nervously working alongside Gideon Hunter, the new head of his firm, Daniel must find a way to prove that Vayne is guilty.
Meanwhile, Daniel’s new bride, forensic scientist Miriam fford Croft, befriends Rose Hunter, Gideon’s wife, and the two become engrossed in the women’s suffrage movement. Miriam finds herself among women who are brave and determined enough to undergo hunger strikes and prison sentences. Vayne’s image is improved by his support of their cause, but Miriam is not deceived.
Vayne’s trial reveals his deep political ambitions, and it heats up further when a crucial witness is found dead. When another witness is kidnapped, Daniel must set out on a rescue mission that puts his life—and the case against Vayne—in peril.
Anne Perry delivers another pulse-pounding mystery in her latest stand-alone Daniel Pitt novel.
About the Author
Anne Perry is the bestselling author of two acclaimed series set in Victorian England: the William Monk novels and the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novels. She is also the author of a series featuring Charlotte and Thomas Pitt’s son, Daniel, including Three Debts Paid and Death with a Double Edge, as well as the Elena Standish series, including A Truth to Lie For and A Darker Reality; a series of five World War I novels; twenty holiday novels (most recently A Christmas Deliverance); and a historical novel, The Sheen on the Silk, set in the Byzantine Empire. She lives in Los Angeles.
Praise for Three Debts Paid
“The prolific Ms. Perry is expert at summoning the looks and moods of her books’ chosen periods, and her characters, from working-class to upper-crust, are well-drawn and engaging. . . . The solution to the mystery [provides] an undeniable jolt.”—The Wall Street Journal
“As with the Thomas Pitt stories, author Perry fills her novels with commentaries on the social mores of the times, as well as its legal aspects, giving a mini-history of the period while weaving a complex tale of mystery and murder told from the point of view of Pitt’s son, Daniel.”—New York Journal of Books
“Perry has another winner on her hands. Once again she is not afraid to show the dark side of the human condition, and she does so with such impeccable style.”—Bookreporter
Praise for Death with a Double Edge
“Timely . . . and engaging . . . another terrific mystery.”—Bookreporter
“[A] veritable page-turner . . . Perry is a skilled craftsperson, and she delivers an exciting and satisfying resolution.”—Historical Novel Society
“Brava Anne Perry—long may we continue to follow the exploits of the Pitt family.”—Criminal Element
Praise for One Fatal Flaw
“One Fatal Flaw is at once a courtroom thriller, a psychological-suspense tale, and a novel of manners (with Perry being especially sharp on class distinctions).”—The Wall Street Journal
“Reliable Edwardian legal suspense, liberally flavored with contemporary feminism, from an old pro.”—Kirkus Reviews
“Characters are rich and multi-faceted, and their development skillfully merges details from the past with hints of the future. . . . One Fatal Flaw . . . captivates with both major and minor characters that readers will look forward to following.”—Historical Novel Society