There’s a killer in the slums. London 1884. When a thief robs Fleet Street reporter Penny Green, she finds herself caught up in a horrifying murder. Someone is terrorizing the residents of St Giles Rookery and Scotland Yard sends Inspector James Blakely to investigate. When the serial killer claims a victim outside the slums, Victorian London is sent into panic. Can Penny’s friendship with the people of St Giles uncover the culprit? She and James must overcome their complicated relationship to work together, but each new murder threatens to derail their work for good. If you like historical murder mysteries then you must read this second book in the Penny Green Series. The books can be read in any order.
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The Rookery (Penny Green, #2) Review
- August 1, 2017Crystal CornellExcellent SequelThis book was more cheerful than the original. There was more friendship with her co-workers. I quite liked everything she and the Inspector went through to find the murderer. This is a very good series, written very well (and edited very well too). I hope another book will be coming out soon!more
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