Callander Square: A Charlotte and Thomas Pitt Novel (Book by Anne Perry

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Beyond question, she enjoyed her life; it was the ideal mode of existence for her. When she and Charlotte were still at home in Cater Street with Mama and Papa, when poor Sarah was alive, Emily had known precisely what suited her. She had determined from very early in their acquaintance that she would marry Lord George Ashworth; and a very satisfactory arrangement it had proved. Of course George had his faults, but then what man did not? His overriding virtue was that he appreciated her, and was constantly both generous and civil; and he was undoubtedly handsome to look at, and witty when he chose.

Pitt, sir, Mr. Pitt! ” Pitt was standing by the window, a big man with long, curved nose and humorous mouth. He was plain to a degree, and quite incredibly untidy, but there was intelligence and wit in his face. He raised his eyebrows at the constable’s precipitate entrance, and when he spoke his voice was beautiful. ” The constable gasped; he could not utter a coordinated sentence for his lack of breath. “A body—sir. In Callander Square. Pitiful, sir—it is. They just found it now—the gardeners—dug it up.

Pitt, sir, Mr. Pitt! ” Pitt was standing by the window, a big man with long, curved nose and humorous mouth. He was plain to a degree, and quite incredibly untidy, but there was intelligence and wit in his face. He raised his eyebrows at the constable’s precipitate entrance, and when he spoke his voice was beautiful. ” The constable gasped; he could not utter a coordinated sentence for his lack of breath. “A body—sir. In Callander Square. Pitiful, sir—it is. They just found it now—the gardeners—dug it up.

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