Six books again this week and again an historical mystery wins my top spot. Amateur detective Charles Lennox solves the Victorian Fleet Street Murders as written by Charles Finch. There's not much mystery establishing the villain. The villain's crimes, on the other hand, are convoluted and creative.
The nearly 60 years of Victoria's reign are becoming, for me, a favorite setting for mysteries. This one isn't prize-winning, but certainly entertaining. And worthy enough for me to grab another by the same author at the library last night.