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The Fourth Enemy (Daniel Pitt Mystery 6)

Hardcover / ISBN-13: 9781472294388

Price: £21.99

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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Crime & Mystery

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The Fourth Enemy is the sixth gripping instalment in an exciting new generation of Pitt novels from the pen of highly acclaimed crime writer and New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry.

A sensational fraud case provides Daniel Pitt with his greatest challenge yet . . .

When a heart attack forces Marcus fford Croft to retire from his chambers, his daughter Miriam and son-in-law Daniel are relieved that he is stepping down and handing over to Toby Kitteridge. But Daniel and Toby are concerned that their new recruit, Gideon Hunter KC, who is a brilliant barrister with a penchant for taking risks, could jeopardise their chambers’ hard-won reputation . . .

Daniel’s old friend Inspector Ian Frobisher then alerts him to the fact that one of England’s most influential newspaper tycoons, Malcolm Vayne, is about to be arrested for fraud. Hunter jumps at the chance to prosecute in such a high-profile and controversial case, and Daniel soon finds himself assisting with a chilling criminal exploration into a murky world of power, greed and pure evil that endangers Miriam’s life . . .

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Reviews

One of her most teasing mysteries, this time with a courtroom finale that may be her strongest ever
Kirkus Reviews
A truly unusual mystery
Publishers Weekly
Elegantly constructed and nail-bitingly tense
Good Book Guide
Engrossing . . . The book gallops to a dramatic conclusion
Washington Times Daily
There is a freshness about [Perry's] writing which makes it truly exceptional
Eurocrime
Anne Perry's Victorian mysteries are marvels of plot construction
New York Times