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The Color of Death by Bruce Alexander
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Sep 08, 2007

really liked it
bookshelves: mystery, unlicensed_investigator, historical, england, 1700s, georgian_1714-1811_1820-37
Read in August, 2003

Bruce Alexander – 7th in series
After Sir John Fielding is wounded, Jeremy Procter must take the lead in investigating a spree of robberies and murder of noble families in their own parlors. Their one particular clue is that the robbers are all black men – or are they?

Beside the usual excellent writing and 1800’s police procedural, this book looks at the subject of race in Victorian times. This is a consistently good series.

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