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The Murder Pit
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The Murder Pit Best Read || [Mick Finlay] Mick Finlay The Murder Pit Best Read || [Mick Finlay] - The Murder Pit, The Murder Pit Where Evil Lies Buried Sherlock Holmes has once again hit the headlines solving mysteries for the cream of aristocracy But among the workhouses and pudding shops of South London private detectiv. The Murder Pit Best Read || [Mick Finlay] - The Murder Pit, The Murder Pit Where Evil Lies Buried Sherlock Holmes has once again hit the headlines solving mysteries for the cream of aristocracy But among the workhouses and pudding shops of South London private detectiv
  • Title: The Murder Pit
  • Author: Mick Finlay
  • ISBN: 0778369307
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Paperback

The Murder Pit Mick Finlay The Murder Pit Best Read || [Mick Finlay] - The Murder Pit, The Murder Pit Where Evil Lies Buried Sherlock Holmes has once again hit the headlines solving mysteries for the cream of aristocracy But among the workhouses and pudding shops of South London private detectiv. The Murder Pit Best Read || [Mick Finlay], The Murder Pit, Mick Finlay, The Murder Pit Where Evil Lies Buried Sherlock Holmes has once again hit the headlines solving mysteries for the cream of aristocracy But among the workhouses and pudding shops of South London private detective William Arrowood is presented with far grittier violent and considerably less well paid cases Arrowood has no doubt who is the better detective and when Mr and Mr Where Evil Lies Bu

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The Murder Pit

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  1. Paromjitsays:

    Mick Finlay writes wonderfully atmospheric and richly detailed historical crime fiction set in Victorian London, a London that lauds the abilities of Sherlock Holmes, coming to the aid of the country and the aristocracy, where the police seek his help Working much lower down the social ladder, struggling financially, is the other private detective, William Arrowood, the guvnor , with his sidekick, Norman Barnett Arrowood believes he is at least as good as Holmes, but languishes in obscurity, Mic [...]

  2. Whispering Storiessays:

    Book Reviewed by Stacey on whisperingstoriesWilliam Arrowood the guvnor and Norman Barnett his sidekick, and the narrator of the book are the poor people s private detectives in the late 1800s They take on the cases that Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson wouldn t even think about investigating.In The Murder Pit, Arrowood has been asked by a Mr and Mrs Barclay to track down their daughter Birdie and bring her home or at least talk to her and make sure she is okay Birdie is apparently Book Reviewed by [...]

  3. Elaine Tomassosays:

    I would like to thank Netgalley and HQ for an advance copy of The Murder Pit, the second novel to feature Victorian Enquiry Agent William Arrowood and his assistant, Norman Barnett.When Arrowood is engaged by the Barclays to return their daughter, Birdie, to them he sees it as a quick case Little does he know Birdie is married to Walter Ockham and lives on the family farm with him but she has learning difficulties so the Barclays believe that her refusal to see them is influenced by her new fa I [...]

  4. Lousays:

    The Murder Pit, the second novel to feature Victorian Enquiry Agent William Arrowood and his assistant, Norman Barnett, is a superb choice for those who like Victorian murder mysteries with a stunning sense of time and place Written in the same style as what became known as the golden age of crime, classics such as those by Dame Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle and has the same distinctive gothic atmosphere and gives an authentic portrayal of London in the 1900s It is described within th T [...]

  5. Wendysays:

    Step into the world of Mr William Arrowood and Mr Norman Barnett the narrator , who voluntarily invite themselves into all manner of difficulties in order to solve a case Their methods are sometimes foolhardy and often illegal Mostly, their extensive efforts are underappreciated by the press and public alike Now this duo certainly doesn t lack aptitude as detectives But their approach, no matter how well intended, encourages people to view them with suspicion and they find it almost impossi Step [...]

  6. Gramsays:

    In late 19th Century England, consulting detective William Arrowood tells a client When we take a case, we go on a journey into people s souls and that often a dangerous and cruel journey That statement neatly sums up the plot of the 2nd book in the Arrowood series in which the detective and his assistant, Norman Barnett are hired by Mr and Mrs Barclay, who haven t seen their daughter Birdie, who they describe as simple minded, since she married Walter Ockwell and went to live on his In late 19t [...]

  7. Somya Sahnisays:

    This has been my first read of 2019 and let s just say I belive I am of to a good start Its also my first thriller after a year and I enjoyed it so much that I am all set to finish all my thriller novels first this really never happens because I am always on the lookout for a YA or Romance , but lets just say that this books definitely affected my reading radar Now coming to the book I will try to keep it short because I don t want to spill any beans Mr.Arrowood is a detective in the late This h [...]

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