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    A suspenseful ending

    As a fan of Anne Perry's Charlotte and Thomas Pitt series, I was very interested to begin reading this new series featuring their son Daniel. I enjoyed the first book in the series but have mixed feelings regarding "Triple Jeopardy", the second book in this series. The plot concerns an employee of the British embassy in Washington, who fled to England under mysterious circumstances, claiming diplomatic immunity. Daniel, now a barrister, ends up defending him on charges that he stole money from the British embassy. Daniel realizes the case is not what it seems and enlists the assistance of others to get to the truth. While the last chapter is very suspenseful and the ending is a surprise, I found much of the book plodding. A disappointing read.
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    Justice over Kinsmanship

    In the second installment of the Daniel Pitt series, Daniel’s sister is home from America for a visit with her husband and two daughters. His American brother in law, Patrick has brought a case along with him. When a young American socialite is attacked and robbed by an employee of the British embassy the man flees back to England under the guise of diplomatic immunity. Not only have Jemima and her family come for a visit, so has the young woman who was attacked, along with her family. It seems that the attacker is now being charged with embezzlement and Daniel is asked to defend the man so that they can also charge him for the assault and robbery. As Daniel commits to defending the man on the embezzlement charges, he comes to believe the man is not only innocent but being set up for something much larger. As tempers flare and accusations of protecting ones own countryman come out, Daniel knows he must do the right thing..no matter who is right or wrong, justice must be served. Enjoy this series and we get another visit from Doctor and Pathologist Dr Miriam, a strong character for such an era in time. Overall, you will find yourself wondering who did it, then wondering why they did it and then seeing how the clues were there all along. A great whodunit in a Victorian England setting.

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