When the mutilated body of Albert Shawcross is found in the East End, the police head straight to Fournier street to the last person who saw him alive – Symington, Earl Byrd horrified at the presumption of guilt, Symington vows to track down the real killer.
With the help of the pawnbrokers niece, Emily, he’s drawn into an increasing dangerous world, where not everyone wants him to succeed.
With enemies using violent tactics to persuade him to drop the case, the Earl must make a difficult decision.
Does the shady solicitor deserve justice, or did he deserve to die?
This book follows Earl Byrd as he has a decision as to stay on the right path or turn rouge… as well as he tries to uncover the truth behind a murder he is being framed for.
This book had a really fresh feel to it, I loved how the chapters were more like journal entries and reports.
This book was filled with suspense and I had a huge desire to keep reading to find out who the real murderer was.