Death at the Workhouse – Penny Green Series Book 8

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Summary | Death at the Workhouse

There’s something wrong at Shoreditch Workhouse. Penny Green is the reporter, is having trouble convincing someone to listen. Spending time there Undercover, she is aware that there are more things she can do for the poor and deserving. Its roof. But who else is there to care? Two inmates from a workhouse are killed in a fight. The police and the coroner intervene. Accept the simplest explanation. Penny conducts her own investigation. With the help of Inspector James Blakely, they are soon making their own. They are not popular.

Hurray! A brand new Penny Green novel. This series is my favorite, especially Death. The Workhouse certainly did not disappoint. I look forward to the day when there will be a new Workhouse. One comes out, and I try my best to read it as soon it is available. If you are unfamiliar with this series, it is a Victorian murder mystery Mystery that surrounds Penny Green, the main character. Penny is a woman, A news reporter from the 1800s who is prone to murder Cases. Together, she and James Blakely solve many cases. Cases. Although it’s not a cozy mystery, I would still consider it one. Generally clean. Although the murders are quite gruesome, they are generally clean. It’s otherwise pretty clean.

I love to read about Penny, and Emily Organ is a great source of information. Different perspectives on Penny’s daily life. Her life is a story. A spinster rents a room at a boarding home. Her life is like a Newspaper reporter continually subject to sexist comments. She’s “of fairer sex” than her peers. At one point in time, she was. The story is that she was the only woman in the column. The editor and reporter discuss what fashion articles women desire. She’s also extremely smart and keen to learn. She is a good problem solver. Missing something is worse than all the rest. She tries to use it. Reporting to help people and to tell the truth even when it isn’t as hard. She is my best friend.

As usual, Death at The Workhouse was not something I could put down. I believe that the Mysteries keep getting better and more complex because I had no idea. Who was responsible for the murders? And who anonymously sent Penny books? I had my guesses, but it was completely wrong. I am a bit ashamed of myself. You are completely missing the mystery.

This mystery was truly amazing to me. However, I was astonished at how grotesque this mystery got. That is a lot more than the other books in this series. Yet, it’s still mild when compared to other mystery writers. But, The central mystery lies not in the murders but rather what is happening. Following the deaths, it is possible to see their bodies. Emily Organ, Death at the Workhouse, gets into some fascinating issues for the Victorian Period and Examines the relationship between medical schools, the theft of Corporal remains.

This series has an always exciting side mystery. This series is my favorite. It is almost as important as the main plotline. It talks about Penny’s mysterious disappearance from her father. I won’t get into too many details. Details because I don’t want to spoil it. But there is a clear plot twist. It’s time for some subplots in the story to be resolved. They did. They were necessary but not surprising to me. Are you confused? Don’t be! It’s easy to understand.

I will mention the series because even though you’ll be seeing it, It’s possible to read it in any order. I would not recommend this. The importance of the There is no correlation between main murders. But, it is important to note that the relationship between main murders and main murders is not there. I would like to know more about Penny’s life and relationships and her father’s disappearance. These should be read in the order they are listed. This is the order I believe would be most helpful. It can be not very clear and out of order. Personal opinion, not against the However, series. This is just something that I feel I should share with other readers.

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The Normal read time of “Death at the Workhouse” is just over 8 hours, nevertheless if you’ve got the hardcover book as I do, then it was easily read in about four and an half hour. Overall Death at the Workhouse fiction book was amazing, short read time and simple to understand.

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Death at the Workhouse Book Details

Listening Length 9 hours and 2 minutes
Author Emily Organ
Narrator Gabrielle Baker
Whispersync for Voice Ready Release Date January 28, 2020
Publisher Tantor Audio
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
ASIN B083ZM6251
Best Sellers Rank #158,900 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals)
#1,435 in Traditional Detective Mysteries (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,754 in Historical Mysteries (Audible Books & Originals)
#8,862 in Traditional Detective Mysteries (Books)

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