Treason at Lisson Grove

By Anne Perry

I remember this one as being a pretty tough slog. Pitt spent much of his time separated from Charlotte, in Europe, dealing with a colleague who is a traitor, if memory serves. Very uninteresting. I skipped through all of that, (which I’ve never done with an Anne Perry book before) to get to the Narraway/Charlotte half of the book. It was better, but only marginally. I was uncomfortable with their travelling together and of his crush on Charlotte. Also, justice is not served as far as Narraway’s fate, which is a big No-No for me.**1 out of 5 stars**

May 4, 2016

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