He might be elegant, but there's no mistaking it--the gentleman tied to the lamppost on Westminster Bridge is definitely dead. Before Inspector Thomas Pitt can even speculate on why anyone should want to kill the eminent M.P., Sir Lockwood, a colleague of his, meets the same fate at the same... read more
p. 195, 1st sentence: "Pitt saw the linen and the flowers, saw that Emily had taken special care . . ."
Emily should be Charlotte
p. 226: "They all lived on the south side of the river, they all walked home, as it was not far, and thay all had fair or gray hair."
Thay should be they.
p. 228, 3rd full paragraph: " 'I wanted to know too,' he said. I wondered if she were after . . ."
Should be an open quotation mark after he said and before I.
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