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Friday, June 13, 2014

Friday 56 #25

The Devil's Workshop (The Murder Squad, #3)
They thought he was gone, but they were wrong. Jack the Ripper is loose in London once more.

Scotland Yard’s Murder Squad faces the most shocking case of its existence, in the extraordinary new historical thriller from the author of the acclaimed national bestsellers The Yard and The Black Country.

London, 1890. A small group of the city’s elite, fed up with the murder rate, have made it their business to capture violent criminals and mete out their own terrible brand of retribution. Now they are taking it a step further: They have arranged for four murderers to escape from prison, and into the group’s hands.

But the plan goes wrong. The killers elude them, and now it is up to Walter Day, Nevil Hammersmith, and the rest of Scotland Yard’s Murder Squad to hunt the convicts down before they can resume their bloody spree. But the Murder Squad may already be too late. The killers have retribution in mind, and one of them is heading straight toward a member of the Murder Squad, and his family.

And that isn’t even the worst of it. During the escape, one of the killers has stumbled upon the location of another notorious murderer, one thought gone for good, but who is now prepared to join forces with them.

And Saucy Jack has learned some new tricks while he’s been away.
Summary & Cover taken from
Length: 386 pages (Hardcover)
Publication Date: May 20th 2014 by Putnam Adult
My 56:
"By God, how I've missed your company. You have a knack for making a person feel like he's the most interesting fellow you've met. Do come for dinner, I'll have Jane make something special. And bring your lovely wife. How is Claire?"
What's your 56?


  1. Friendly guy, and the premise is intriguing.

  2. The beginning made me think of a Caleb Carr novel but no, it's different ! Nice blurb :)

  3. Is it strange that I enjoy Jack the Ripper books? I always find the intriguing. Happy reading.
    My Friday 56

  4. Sounds intriguing! I'll have to add this one to my wishlist. Happy reading!

  5. This sounds like a great plot. The London, 1890, setting alone makes me want to read it.
    Here's the link to my Friday post: STELLA IN STILETTOS.

  6. The person talking seems busy. Looks like an interesting read.

    Happy weekend!

  7. For some reason, I've always liked that word "knack." Never had a reason to use it. Would probably sound goofy or like putting on airs.

  8. This sounds great! I hadn't come across this book yet but it's definitely going on my TBR!


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