Anatomy of Evil (Barker & Llewelyn #7)

Anatomy of Evil (Barker & Llewelyn #7)

In London of 1888, Private Enquiry Agent Cyrus Barker takes on his biggest case ever?the attempt to find and stop the killer terrorizing Whitechapel: Jack the Ripper Cyrus Barker is undoubtedly England?s premiere private enquiry agent. With the help of his assistant Thomas Llewelyn, he?s developed an enviable reputation for discreetly solving some of the toughest, most cons In London of 1888, Private Enquiry Agent Cyrus Barker takes on his biggest case ever?the attempt to find and ...

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Title:Anatomy of Evil (Barker & Llewelyn #7)
Author:Will Thomas
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Genres:Mystery
ISBN:1250041058
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:327 pages pages

Anatomy of Evil (Barker & Llewelyn #7) Reviews

  • Leslie
    Sep 29, 2016

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

    Once again, Will Thomas offers a page-turning tale featuring his irascible pair of enquiry agents, Cyrus Barker and Thomas Llewellyn. This time, Scotland Yard comes calling - it seems a killer is on the loose in Whitechapel. Yes, the Ripper - and following Mr. B and Mr. L into London's...

    Barker and Llewelyn take on the Jack the Ripper case at the request of Scotland Yard, closing the private enquiry agency for the duration, pounding the streets of Whitechapel in hopes of catching the Fiend. It's a very Boys' Book kind of story. The historical detail about the neighb...

    This series usually involves more unique crimes, but this one treads the tired territory of Jack the Ripper. I no longer want to read about mutilated women and autopsies. I also thought it was a mistake to incorporate Barker and Llewelyn into Scotland Yard. They should not have to foll...

    Another adventure with Barker and Llewelyn, but I found the story line drags with this one and there are not the usual twists and turns. ...

    I've now read the first seven novels in this fascinating series set in Victorian London. ...

    I had been waiting for this book to come out, and author Will Thomas doesn't disappoint in this seventh and latest installment in the series set in Victorian London. As narrator (and sidekick to the enigmatic Cyrus Barker, greatest public enquiry agent in the land) Thomas Llewelyn real...

    I liked it, like all in this series, but I feel like following the Ripper case slowed it down & deprived it of the series' usual joy. I did like the immersion in Whitechapel, but felt like it grew repetitive as it plodded on. ...

  • LJ
    May 09, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

  • Scot
    Jul 01, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

    Once again, Will Thomas offers a page-turning tale featuring his irascible pair of enquiry agents, Cyrus Barker and Thomas Llewellyn. This time, Scotland Yard comes calling - it seems a killer is on the loose in Whitechapel. Yes, the Ripper - and following Mr. B and Mr. L into London's...

    Barker and Llewelyn take on the Jack the Ripper case at the request of Scotland Yard, closing the private enquiry agency for the duration, pounding the streets of Whitechapel in hopes of catching the Fiend. It's a very Boys' Book kind of story. The historical detail about the neighb...

    This series usually involves more unique crimes, but this one treads the tired territory of Jack the Ripper. I no longer want to read about mutilated women and autopsies. I also thought it was a mistake to incorporate Barker and Llewelyn into Scotland Yard. They should not have to foll...

    Another adventure with Barker and Llewelyn, but I found the story line drags with this one and there are not the usual twists and turns. ...

    I've now read the first seven novels in this fascinating series set in Victorian London. ...

    I had been waiting for this book to come out, and author Will Thomas doesn't disappoint in this seventh and latest installment in the series set in Victorian London. As narrator (and sidekick to the enigmatic Cyrus Barker, greatest public enquiry agent in the land) Thomas Llewelyn real...

  • Meg Mims
    May 18, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

    Once again, Will Thomas offers a page-turning tale featuring his irascible pair of enquiry agents, Cyrus Barker and Thomas Llewellyn. This time, Scotland Yard comes calling - it seems a killer is on the loose in Whitechapel. Yes, the Ripper - and following Mr. B and Mr. L into London's...

  • Monica
    Jul 24, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

    Once again, Will Thomas offers a page-turning tale featuring his irascible pair of enquiry agents, Cyrus Barker and Thomas Llewellyn. This time, Scotland Yard comes calling - it seems a killer is on the loose in Whitechapel. Yes, the Ripper - and following Mr. B and Mr. L into London's...

    Barker and Llewelyn take on the Jack the Ripper case at the request of Scotland Yard, closing the private enquiry agency for the duration, pounding the streets of Whitechapel in hopes of catching the Fiend. It's a very Boys' Book kind of story. The historical detail about the neighb...

  • A. Lieberson
    Apr 30, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

    Once again, Will Thomas offers a page-turning tale featuring his irascible pair of enquiry agents, Cyrus Barker and Thomas Llewellyn. This time, Scotland Yard comes calling - it seems a killer is on the loose in Whitechapel. Yes, the Ripper - and following Mr. B and Mr. L into London's...

    Barker and Llewelyn take on the Jack the Ripper case at the request of Scotland Yard, closing the private enquiry agency for the duration, pounding the streets of Whitechapel in hopes of catching the Fiend. It's a very Boys' Book kind of story. The historical detail about the neighb...

    This series usually involves more unique crimes, but this one treads the tired territory of Jack the Ripper. I no longer want to read about mutilated women and autopsies. I also thought it was a mistake to incorporate Barker and Llewelyn into Scotland Yard. They should not have to foll...

    Another adventure with Barker and Llewelyn, but I found the story line drags with this one and there are not the usual twists and turns. ...

  • Quillracer
    May 25, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

  • ☕Laura
    Feb 10, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

  • Faith
    Jun 17, 2015

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

    Once again, Will Thomas offers a page-turning tale featuring his irascible pair of enquiry agents, Cyrus Barker and Thomas Llewellyn. This time, Scotland Yard comes calling - it seems a killer is on the loose in Whitechapel. Yes, the Ripper - and following Mr. B and Mr. L into London's...

    Barker and Llewelyn take on the Jack the Ripper case at the request of Scotland Yard, closing the private enquiry agency for the duration, pounding the streets of Whitechapel in hopes of catching the Fiend. It's a very Boys' Book kind of story. The historical detail about the neighb...

    This series usually involves more unique crimes, but this one treads the tired territory of Jack the Ripper. I no longer want to read about mutilated women and autopsies. I also thought it was a mistake to incorporate Barker and Llewelyn into Scotland Yard. They should not have to foll...

  • John Bohnert
    Nov 24, 2016

    First Sentence: I understand it is said in scientific circles that if one attempts to boil a frog, it will jump out of the pot, but it one raises the temperature of the water slowly it will never notice the difference until it is too late. ?Unfortunate? women are being brutally ...

    Now this is the gritty Victorian London I have come to know and love! Where I felt the previous book in this series lacked a strong sense of setting, I was thrilled to find myself immersed in the heart of 19th century Whitechapel with this one. Once again, the author seamlessly blends ...

    There is good and bad in this book. The bad first. It?s a book based on Jack the Ripper. While it?s logical for Thomas to pen such a book since Barker and Llewellyn live in that era, I would have preferred he pursued another plot line. This is a serial killer novel, serial kille...

    Once again, Will Thomas offers a page-turning tale featuring his irascible pair of enquiry agents, Cyrus Barker and Thomas Llewellyn. This time, Scotland Yard comes calling - it seems a killer is on the loose in Whitechapel. Yes, the Ripper - and following Mr. B and Mr. L into London's...

    Barker and Llewelyn take on the Jack the Ripper case at the request of Scotland Yard, closing the private enquiry agency for the duration, pounding the streets of Whitechapel in hopes of catching the Fiend. It's a very Boys' Book kind of story. The historical detail about the neighb...

    This series usually involves more unique crimes, but this one treads the tired territory of Jack the Ripper. I no longer want to read about mutilated women and autopsies. I also thought it was a mistake to incorporate Barker and Llewelyn into Scotland Yard. They should not have to foll...

    Another adventure with Barker and Llewelyn, but I found the story line drags with this one and there are not the usual twists and turns. ...

    I've now read the first seven novels in this fascinating series set in Victorian London. ...