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By Anne Perry
The Prince of Wales has requested 4 prosperous marketers and their better halves to Buckingham Palace to debate an exquisite inspiration: the development of a six-thousand-mile railroad that may stretch the whole size of Africa. however the prince’s collecting proves disastrous whilst the mutilated physique of a prostitute turns up in a linen closet one of the queen’s monogrammed sheets. With nice haste, Thomas Pitt, the intense mainstay of unique prone, is summoned to unravel the challenge. The Pitts’ cockney maid, Gracie, is additionally recruited to pose as a palace servant and eavesdrop on the visitors’ conversations. If Pitt and Gracie fail to determine who brutally murdered the younger girl, Pitt’s occupation can be over, and the scandal may reason the monarchy to fall.
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