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One night, in a corridor of the Royal Naval Hospital, Greenwich, nurse Hester Monk is approached by a terrified girl. She's from a hidden ward of children, all subject to frequent blood-letting, and her brother is dying. 

While William Monk's River Police fight to keep London safe from gun-runners, Hester takes on a new role at the hospital, helping to administer a secretive new treatment. But she slowly realises that this experimental cure is putting the lives of the children at risk. Attempting to protect the young victims, she comes under threat from one rich, powerful, and very ill man who is desperate to survive.... 

©2015 Anne Perry (P)2015 Headline Digital

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Good story though not to the usual standard of Ms Perry

Although I'm a great fan of both the Thomas Pitt and William Monk series' I was slightly disappointed with this story. It didn't seem to have the same impetus as previous stories and finished rather abruptl