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Summary

Dark Tide Rising is the 24th compelling mystery in the William Monk series, from the master of Victorian crime, New York Times best-selling author Anne Perry. 

When Kate Exeter is kidnapped on the shore of the Thames, Commander William Monk is enlisted by her desperate husband to save her. Kate's captors are demanding a ransom for her safe return, and Monk and his most trusted men must arrange a secret handover in the dark slums of Jacob's Island. But on the night someone betrays them, and a brutal skirmish breaks out, leaving death and destruction in its wake.... 

Who is to blame for what went wrong? Monk senses tensions mount, and no one knows who to trust. Then a whistle-blower claims that the ransom money was embezzled funds that incriminate Kate's husband, and the case takes on a whole new meaning.... 

©2018 Anne Perry (P)2018 Headline Publishing Group Ltd.

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"Anne Perry's Victorian mysteries are marvels of plot construction...truly remarkable." (New York Times)

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  • Kathy
  • Brighton, UK
  • 01-06-18

Welcome change of style

I always enjoyed the William Monk books, but this one is a cut above the others. Less whimsical "period" background information, a much leaner writing style and a great plot...couldn't stop listening because I just had to find out the ending!

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