Callander Square: A Charlotte And Thomas Pitt Novel by Anne PerryCallander Square: A Charlotte And Thomas Pitt Novel by Anne Perry

Callander Square: A Charlotte And Thomas Pitt Novel

byAnne Perry

Paperback | May 26, 2009

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Murders just don’t happen in fashionable areas like Callander Square–but these two have. The police are totally baffled. Pretty, young Charlotte Ellison Pitt, however, is curious.

Inspector Pitt’s well-bred wife doesn’t often meddle in her husband’s business, but something about this case intrigues her–to the point that staid Charlotte Pitt is suddenly rattling the closets of the very rich, seeking out backstairs gossip that would shock a barmaid, and unearthing truths that could push even the most proper aristocrat to murder.
Anne Perry is the bestselling author of two acclaimed series set in Victorian England: the Charlotte and Thomas Pitt novels, including Death on Blackheath and Midnight at Marble Arch, and the William Monk novels, including Blood on the Water and Blind Justice. She is also the author of a series of five World War I novels, as well as tw...
Title:Callander Square: A Charlotte And Thomas Pitt NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 8 × 5.2 × 0.6 inPublished:May 26, 2009Publisher:Random House Publishing GroupLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0345513959

ISBN - 13:9780345513953

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Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good. Having read many Anne Perry books, I often enjoy the details more than plot, as some have become predictable to me. This is one was no different, but worth reading.
Date published: 2017-03-06

Editorial Reviews

“Murder fans who prefer their crimes with a touch of class should heat some scones and nestle back for the afternoon.” —Atlanta Journal-Constitution

“You can count on a Perry tale to be superior.”—San Diego Union-Tribune