A different entry in this series

Death with a Double Edge: A Daniel Pitt Novel

By: Anne Perry

Rating: 5 of 5

I’ve read all of the books in this series. I really enjoyed the book even though my favorite character, Miriam fford Croft was more of a peripheral one than usual.

Daniel is asked to identify a murder victim’s body and receives a jolt when he believes it is his friend and colleague, Toby Kitteridge. It turns out to be a senior partner in their law chamber. However, the death sends reverberations through the chamber and may mean the end of the practice. That is, unless they are able to find the murderer and clear the reputation of the chamber.

There are twists and turns that took me by surprise. I especially enjoyed the more substantial part of Sir Thomas and Charlotte Pitt in the story. I had begun the William Monk series by this author and am enjoying it immensely. Now that I have got to know more about the elder Pitt’s, I am going to start their series from the beginning as well.

I was provided a digital advance reader copy of this book by the publisher via Netgalley.

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