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Review: Death at Victoria Dock - Kerry Greenwood

Unphilosophize By Unphilosophize Published on February 2, 2017

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Another great novel by Ms. Greenwood.

This one was darker than the last three, perhaps a running theme, with anarchists and family drama. Not as funny or as light hearted as I've come to expect from the series, but deals with interesting subjects. I wish there was a little more elaboration on Bret and Cec's characters because I feel that they had a lot more that they could have added to the story with their history as communists.

I give this novel a seven out of ten. Even though I disagree with Miss Fisher's views on the revolution, I appreciate her feelings towards beautiful men. Well written and suspenseful and at least one of the endings was a surprise.

Can't wait to read the next instillation of the Series!

Lost soul. Graduated with my Bachelor of Arts Combined Honours in the History of Science and Technology, and Philosophy in May 2016. Enjoys math, knitting, and baseball. Avid reader and ... Show More

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