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CHARACTERS ☆ A Metropolitan Murder Ñ ➯ A Metropolitan Murder Read ➸ Author Lee Jackson – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk The last train of the night pulls into the gas lit platform of Baker Street underground station A young woman is found strangled her body abandoned in a second class carriage The brutal 'Railway Murde The last traiHis investigation leads him through the slums of Victorian London to the Holborn Refuge a home for 'fallen women' and to Clara White a respectable servant But Clara has her own tragic and A Metropolitan Epubshameful history As her past is revealed Inspector Webb must decide whether she is merely a. This was so much better than I was expecting and so much darker I wished there had been a little on the personalities of the characters just a few little details and that would have pushed it up to a 5 read for me

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Victim of circumstance or a prime suspect Only then can he unearth a dark secret hidden in the depths of underground London Lee Jackson's second novel brilliantly recreates the sights sounds and smells of Victorian London taking readers on a suspense filled journey through its criminal underworld. Yes I'd read another in this series Well plotted with authentic characters especially the annoying but sincere clueless Henry Cotton Phipps

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A Metropolitan MurderThe last train of the night pulls into the gas lit platform of Baker Street underground station A young woman is found strangled her body abandoned in a second class carriage The brutal 'Railway Murder' brings Inspector Decimus Webb to the newly formed Metropolitan Line on a bleak winter's night. Recap A young girl is found dead on the new Metropolitan line while the prime suspect Henry Cotton runs off into the night Her murderer is connected to Cotton via a series of coincidences Review I enjoy a murder mystery when I have no idea whodunnit and I had no idea It was an unexpected surprise The book is rich in detail obviously well researched and the characters feel genuine It's London with smog and gin and dirt and filth exactly as it should be back then There's a gritty realism to everything A fast paced read with a satisfying outcome