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By Anne Perry
The gentleman tied to the lamppost on Westminster Bridge is such a lot elegantly attired—fresh boutonniere, silk hat, white night scarf—and he's fairly, relatively useless, due to his completely lower throat. Why may still someone kill Sir Lockwood Hamilton, the kindest of family members males and so much conscientious member of Parliament? prior to Inspector Thomas Pitt may speculate at the purposes, a colleague of Sir Lockwood’s meets an identical destiny within the related spot. Public indignation is boundless, and smart Charlotte Pitt, Thomas’s wellborn spouse, can’t withstand supporting her hard-pressed husband, scouting society’s drawing rooms for clues to those appalling crimes. in the meantime, the Westminster Bridge Cutthroat stalks one other victim.
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