Annotations for Brunswick Gardens


Baker & Taylor
In Victorian England, Thomas and Charlotte Pitt venture into an Anglican church to find out who murdered a pretty advocate of Darwin's theories

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Baker & Taylor
The twentieth novel in the series of Thomas and Charlotte Pitt tales of murder and detection in Victorian England sends the sleuthing couple into an Anglican church to find out who murdered a pretty advocate of Darwin's theories. Tour.

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Blackwell North Amer
A century ago, Charles Darwin's revolutionary theory of evolution rocked the civilized world, and the outraged Anglican church went on the warpath against it. In a mansion in London's affluent Brunswick Gardens, the battle is intense, as that most respected clergyman, the Reverend Ramsay Parmenter, is boldly challenged by his beautiful assistant, Unity Bellwood - a "new woman" whose feminism and aggressive Darwinism he finds appalling.
When Unity, three months pregnant, tumbles down the Parmenter's staircase to her death, Thomas Pitt, commander of the Bow Street police station, is virtually certain that one of the three deeply devout men in the house committed murder. Could it have been the Reverend Parmenter, his handsome curate, or his Roman Catholic son?

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