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Blood on the Water

Inspector Monk: Book #20
By Anne Perry
Narrated by David Colacci / 11 hours 43 minutes

As Anne Perry's New York Times bestselling novels always remind us, she is a matchless guide to both the splendor and the shame of the British Empire at the height of its influence. In her twentieth William Monk mystery, she brings us to London's grand Mayfair mansions, where the arrogant masters of the Western world hold sway-and to the teeming Thames waterfront, where one summer afternoon, Monk witnesses the horrifying explosion of the pleasure boat Princess Mary, which takes nearly two hundred of the merrymakers on board to their deaths. The tragedy is no accident. As commander of the River Police, Monk should handle the case, but the investigation is turned over to the commissioner of the Metropolitan Police. An Egyptian man is swiftly caught, tried, and sentenced to die. But almost as quickly, Monk presents evidence that Habib Beshara, though a nasty piece of work, was elsewhere at the time of the blast. The investigation, now in complete disarray, is hastily turned over to Monk. Is the crime connected with the soon-to-be-opened Suez Canal, which will enormously benefit wealthy British shipping companies? Or did all of those innocent people drown to ensure the murder of only one of them? How did the bomber board the ship, and how did he manage to escape? Is he an anarchist or a madman? Backed up by his astute wife, Hester, and his old reliable friend Oliver Rathbone, Monk vows to find answers-but instead finds himself treading the dangerous waters of international intrigue, his questions politely turned aside by a formidable array of the powerful and privileged. Events twist and turn like the Thames itself, leading to the shattering moment when Monk realizes, perhaps too late, that he is the next target. Praise for Anne Perry and her William Monk novels Blind Justice "Ranks among the best . . . Perry has written. Her courtroom scenes have the realism of Scott Turow."-Huntington News A Sunless Sea "Anne Perry's Victorian mysteries are marvels."-The New York Times Book Review Acceptable Loss "Masterful storytelling and moving dialogue."-The Star-Ledger Execution Dock "[An] engrossing page-turner . . . There's no one better at using words to paint a scene and then fill it with sounds and smells than Anne Perry."-The Boston Globe Dark Assassin "Brilliant . . . a page-turning thriller . . . blending compelling plotting with superbly realized human emotion and exquisite period detail."-Jeffery Deaver, author of Edge The Shifting Tide "The mysterious and dangerous waterfront world of London's 'longest street,' the Thames, comes to life."-South Florida Sun-Sentinel

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Inspector Monk Series


The Face of a Stranger
The Face of a Stranger
Anne Perry
A Dangerous Mourning
A Dangerous Mourning
Anne Perry
Defend and Betray
Defend and Betray
Anne Perry
A Sudden, Fearful Death
A Sudden, Fearful Death
Anne Perry
The Sins of the Wolf
The Sins of the Wolf
Anne Perry
Dark Assassin
Dark Assassin
Anne Perry
Execution Dock
Execution Dock
Anne Perry
Blind Justice
Blind Justice
Anne Perry
Blood on the Water
Blood on the Water
Anne Perry
Corridors of the Night
Corridors of the Night
Anne Perry
Revenge in a Cold River
Revenge in a Cold River
Anne Perry
An Echo of Murder
An Echo of Murder
Anne Perry
Dark Tide Rising
Dark Tide Rising
Anne Perry
Author
Narrator David Colacci
ISBN 9781490624037
Length 11 hours 43 minutes
Language English
Publisher Recorded Books, Inc.
Publication date
Edition Unabridged
Genres Fiction & Literature, Mystery & Thriller & Historical Fiction
Libro.fm rank #15,739 Overall
Genre rank #799 in Historical Fiction