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Murder in Grub Street (Sir John Fielding)

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A book by Bruce Alexander

The lusty life of London's Covent Garden?and its diverse practitioners?highlights the second appearance of blind Sir John Fielding, an 18th-century magistrate first met in Blind Justice. Jeremy Proctor, Sir John's 13-year-old ward, has been hired by … see full wiki

Author: Bruce Alexander
Publisher: Berkley
2 reviews about Murder in Grub Street (Sir John Fielding)
Quick Tip by . December 25, 2010
A mystery that brings Georgian England to life in full sound and Technicolor.
review by . December 25, 2010
Recently orphaned Jeremy Proctor, "adopted" by blind magistrate Sir John Fielding and dutifully installed in the position of his assistant, protégé, jack-of-all-trades and utilitarian gopher, narrates a thoroughly entertaining tale of their continuing life together in "Murder in Grub Street". Mere hours before Proctor is to report to a publishing house to begin his apprenticeship, Ezekiel Crabb, the owner, his entire family and two of their staff are found brutally …
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