[Reading] ➸ Person or Persons Unknown (Sir John Fielding, #4) By Bruce Alexander – Pandorajewelry70off.us

Person or Persons Unknown (Sir John Fielding, #4) John Fielding Was Famous Not Only As Cofounder Of London S First Police Force, The Bow Street Runners, But Also As A Magistrate Of Keen Intellect, Fairness And Uncommon Detective Ability When A Crime Was Committed, He Often Took It Upon Himself To Solve It What Made This All The Remarkable Was That He Was Blind Now The Blind Magistrate And His Young Assistant And Ward, Jeremy Proctor, Face A Series Of Crimes That Hit Shockingly Close To Home Prostitutes Are Being Murdered Around Covent Garden, And There Are Troubling Implications About The Identity Of The Killer Baffled And Frustrated, Fielding Devises A Daring And Desperate Plan, But The Consequences Are Unexpected And Terrible Even Than He Could Imagine.

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[Reading] ➸ Person or Persons Unknown (Sir John Fielding, #4)  By Bruce Alexander – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Paperback
  • 325 pages
  • Person or Persons Unknown (Sir John Fielding, #4)
  • Bruce Alexander
  • English
  • 26 December 2018
  • 0425165663

10 thoughts on “Person or Persons Unknown (Sir John Fielding, #4)

  1. says:

    I freely admit that I disliked okay, hated the conclusion of the 3rd book in this series so much so that it was over a year before I could convince myself to give the fourth book a chance.I m happy to say that I appreciated this book a great dealA very good thriller, and I continue to really like most of the characters in this series and for all that I appreciate a good mystery, I find that for most books it s the characters that keep me hooked I like youthful Jeremy, and I reall I freely admit that I disliked okay, hated the conclusion of the 3rd book in this series so much so that it was over a year before I could convince mys...

  2. says:

    Reading my way slowly and with great delight through the Bruce Alexander series about Sir John Fielding, the Blind Beak, judge, and in this book, temporary coroner, who organized the Bow Street runners The series is narrated by Jeremy Proctor, a young boy who was adopted by Feilding in the first book in the series, who is eager to read law He serves both as eyes for Feilding and eyes for the reader, since he s an outsider, just learning about the law and about how to weigh evidence and t Reading my way slowly and with great ...

  3. says:

    Excellent series Bruce Alexander wrote in such a way that you feel it was written in 1770, without the confusion and archaic language you would find in a book actually written in 1770 He also found that magical key that makes you care for the characters.London, 1770

  4. says:

    The fourth Sir John Fielding book has two vicious killers prowling London and we get a better picture of life in and around Convent Garden and discover the Fleet River The mix of mystery and human interactions is riveting and the hint of Jack the Ripper is enticing

  5. says:

    I love the civility and elegance of language in these history packed mysteries Each main character is admirable.

  6. says:

    This is book 4 in the Sir John Fielding Mystery Series Once again we join Sir John Fielding s assistant Jeremy Proctor, who has been living with Sir John for two years and is now fifteen We are reintroduced to the core characters and brought up to date Annie is now the cook in the kitchen at the Fielding home and has replaced Mrs Gredge Lady Fielding, Sir John s second wife is busy overseeing the operations of the Magdalene Home for Penitent Prostitutes, and Sir John has recently taken on This is book 4 in the Sir John Fielding Mystery Series Once again we join Sir John Fielding s assistant Jeremy Proctor, who has been living with Sir John for two years and is now fifteen We are reintroduced to the core characters and brought up to date Annie is now the cook in the kitchen at...

  7. says:

    Another thrilling page turner Person or Persons Unknown is the fourth book in Bruce Alexander s mystery series centering on Sir John Fielding and young Jeremy Proctor Although I recognize some folks did not like this one quite as well, I think it was one of his best regardless, I love this series and I especially enjoy watching the evolving relationship between Sir John and Jeremy and many of the other characters Therefore, I do recommend that one reads the books in order to fully apprecia Another thrilling page turner Person or Persons Unknown is the fourth book in Bruce Alexander s mystery series centering on Sir John Fielding and young Jeremy Proctor Although I recognize some folks did not like this one quite as well, I think it was one of his best regardless, I love this series and I especially enjoy watching the evolving relationship between Sir J...

  8. says:

    Ein Krimi aus der Reihe um die historische verb rgter Person John Fielding, Bruder des Schriftstellers Henry Fielding, Richter und Begr nder der so genannten Bow Street Runners, einer zu der Zeit, also der zweiten H lfe des 18 Jahrhunderts, ungew hnlich modern arbeitenden Polizeieinheit Es geht um eine Serei von brutalen Morden von Prostituierten, die alle um Coven Garden herum stattfinden und die dem Autor Gelegeneheit geben, diese wenigen Stra enz ge genau zu beschreiben Den Markt bei Coven Ein Krimi aus der Reihe um die historische verb rgter Person John Fielding, Bruder des Schriftstellers Henry Fielding, Richter und Begr nder der so genannten Bow Street Runners, einer zu der Zeit, also der zweiten H lfe des 18 Jahrhunderts, ungew hnlich modern arbeitenden Polizeieinheit Es geht um eine Serei von brutalen Morden von Prostituierten, die alle um Coven Garden herum stattfinden und die dem Autor Gelegeneheit geben, diese wenigen Stra enz ge genau zu beschreiben Den Markt bei Covent Garden, auf dem ein Metzger etwas Ungew hnliches ist, weil diese Zunft sonst nur in Smithfield anzutreffen ist die Synagoge in der Maiden Lane, die St Paul Church nicht zu verw...

  9. says:

    It was a good mystery It showed character development of not only our fearless fearful narrator Jeremy Proctor, but of Sir John Fielding I do recommend this, provided you have read at least one of the previous books in the series, but there does seem to be a little juice lacking here this time around.This is basically Jack the Ripper set in 1770 Since there was a lack of trying to find the killer s in the text, it is mostly taken up with Jeremy s struggles to woo a whore and learn self defen It was a good mystery It showed character development of not only our fearless fearful narrator Jeremy Proctor, but of Sir John Fielding I do recommend this, provided you have read at least one of the previous books in the series, but there does seem...

  10. says:

    While this book is not as strong as the earlier works in the Sir John Fielding mystery series, it is still a solid entry in an engaging series However, readers should be warned that this book contains some very gruesome details and be prepared for some of the violence and descriptive language The book contains plot twists that have made this series interesting and make the books such good mysteries Jeremy Proctor s voice as a narrator does at times grow tiring in his continuous praise for Sir While this book is not as strong as the earlier works in the Sir John Fielding mystery series, it is still a solid entry in an engaging series However, readers should be warned that this book con...

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