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By Anne Perry

When a bunch of robust Irish Protestants and Catholics assemble at a rustic apartment to debate Irish domestic rule, competition is to be anticipated. but if the meeting’s moderator, govt bigwig Ainsley Greville, is located murdered in his tub, negotiations look doomed. except Superintendent Thomas Pitt and his spouse, Charlotte, can root out the reality, simmering hatreds and passions may possibly back explode in murder.

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