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Execution Dock

Anne Perry, Author
Anne Perry, Author . Ballantine $26 (320p) ISBN 978-0-345-46933-5
Reviewed on: 01/12/2009
Release date: 03/01/2009
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Set in 1864, bestseller Perry's outstanding 16th novel to feature William Monk (after Dark Assassin ) finds Monk suffering from a series of hard knocks, including memory loss. Now superintendent of the Thames River Police Force, Monk is on the verge of closing the books on Jericho Phillips, a particularly nasty villain who specializes in child pornography. Monk and his team catch Phillips, but what appears to be an airtight murder case springs leaks and ends with the accused's acquittal. Many in authority view the judgment as a rebuke to the river police, whose existence as a separate force is threatened. Convinced that he got the right man, despite the jury's verdict, Monk devotes himself to setting the record straight. Monk's wife, Hester, who works with London's downtrodden, provides support. Rich in plot development, believable characters and period detail, this entry will only add to the already sizable ranks of Perry's admirers. (Mar.)

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