Whited Sepulchres

Whited Sepulchres by Anne Perry


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ISBN
9780747252542
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Paperback
Pages
416
Dimensions
116 x 177 x 28mm

A William Monk novel from the master storyteller of Victorian society.

Young Killian Melville is arguably the most brilliant architect of the age; passionate about his art, he is liked by everyone. So when he visits Sir Oliver Rathbone, in need of a lawyer to represent him over his alleged breach of promise to marry the daughter of his patron, Rathbone agrees despite his misgivings. Zillah is beautiful and even-tempered, heiress to a fortune and a good friend. What more could any man want? And why would Melville risk losing the professional reputation he has worked all his life to build?

Frustrated by his client's refusal to divulge any further information and with his own professional integrity at stake, Rathbone asks close friend Hester Latter for an objective opinion about the case. She, meanwhile, has contacted William Monk to investigate a mysterious family matter from twenty years ago. Little do they realise that the three of them are about to tackle the most baffling and complex case with which they have ever been faced . . .
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A William Monk novel from the master storyteller of Victorian society.

Young Killian Melville is arguably the most brilliant architect of the age; passionate about his art, he is liked by everyone. So when he visits Sir Oliver Rathbone, in need of a lawyer to represent him over his alleged breach of promise to marry the daughter of his patron, Rathbone agrees despite his misgivings. Zillah is beautiful and even-tempered, heiress to a fortune and a good friend. What more could any man want? And why would Melville risk losing the professional reputation he has worked all his life to build?

Frustrated by his client's refusal to divulge any further information and with his own professional integrity at stake, Rathbone asks close friend Hester Latter for an objective opinion about the case. She, meanwhile, has contacted William Monk to investigate a mysterious family matter from twenty years ago. Little do they realise that the three of them are about to tackle the most baffling and complex case with which they have ever been faced . . .
ISBN:
9780747252542
Publication Date:
09 / 12 / 1998
Pages:
416
Dimensions:
116 x 177 x 28mm
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