The Laws of Murder: A Charles Lenox Mystery
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
Series: Charles Lenox Mysteries (#8)
I very much enjoy Mr. Finch's work. Each book in this series is fresh, as if it still is a pleasure for him to share his protagonist, Charles Lenox, with readers. I've enjoyed watching Lenox progress from bachelorhood to married life, as well as his transition through his careers — and back, as this...
The novel is set in London in 1876, a popular time to set a story in. Charles Lenox has quit his job in Parliament to start a private detective agency, the first of its kind. As the agency is going through growing pains, two related murders happen, one to a friend in Scotland Yard and another to a l...
The year is 1876, and Charles Lenox is just out of the parliament with some bad men to catch. Seven baddies to be exact, all of whom has eluded justice. The book starts as he packs away the sixth, felling him to a trap which used the baddy’s greed to full potential. And thus Lenox contemplates the l...
I have never read a mystery by Charles Finch until I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway. I am very happy I was sent the book (in just three days!) and delighted that the book was so enjoyable. I like historical mysteries, especially those set in Victorian England. This author's lead detective i...
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