The Color of Death

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Berkley, 2001 - Fiction - 313 pages
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A gang of criminals is terrorizing London with robbery and murder. In a time when slavery is still practiced in the colonies, there is but one clue to the identity of this group: they are all black men. Blind judge Sir John Fielding is on the case. When the pieces come together, Fielding and his protege, Jeremy Proctor, learn that black and white are never as simple as they seem.

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So here we are, #7 in the series, and in this installment, the focus is on catching a group of thieves who carry out their craft in homes of some of the more well-to-do in London society. They are ... Read full review

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Sir John Fielding, a blind, 18th-century judge, and Jeremy, his young assistant, tackle another difficult case. This time, the popular duo (Death of a Colonial) face a nasty London gang of thieving ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

Bruce Alexander was the pseudonym for Bruce Cook, the well-known author of numerous works of fiction and nonfiction. When Alexander died in late 2003, he had completed most of Rules of Engagement, leaving behind notes on how the remainder of the story was to unfold. The novel has been completed by John Shannon and Alexander's wife, Judith Aller. Shannon himself is the author of four novels as well as six books in the highly praised Jack Liffey mystery series, most recently Terminal Island.

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