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Daniel Pitt’s investigation into his colleague’s murder leads him through London’s teeming underbelly to the suspicious dealings of one of England’s most influential shipbuilding magnates in a thrilling novel from New York Times bestselling author Anne Perry.
Published September 8, 2020
On her first mission for MI6, the daring young photographer at the heart of this thrilling new mystery series by bestselling author Anne Perry travels to Mussolini’s Italy to rescue the lover who betrayed her.
"ONE OF THE BEST MYSTERIES OF 2020." - The Wall Street Journal
London in 1910 is the setting of “One Fatal Flaw”, Anne Perry’s third chronicle of the conscientious young lawyer Daniel Pitt, whom a woman begs to defend her boyfriend from a charge of murder. He accepts the case and wins it, with the help of expert testimony from a highly regarded forensic pathologist. Then the same woman demands Pitt (and his expert witness) save her from conviction of an identical crime. Pitt is certain his unwelcome client is guilty. “We’ve got to be seen to try our damnedest to get her off, yet see to it that we fail,” he says after devising a daring double-game to serve both justice and his own conscience.
Over 26 million copies of Anne’s books have now been sold worldwide, to enormous critical and popular acclaim. She is noted for her memorable characters, historical accuracy, and exploration of social and ethical issues. She won the coveted Edgar Award in 2000 for her short story Heroes (also nominated for a Macavity Award). Anne has also written introductions to Conan Doyle’s The Hound of the Baskervilles, Wilkie Collins’ The Woman in White and Baroness Orczy’s The Scarlet Pimpernel for The New Modern Library, and has edited and contributed to a number of anthologies. She was awarded the Premio de Honor Aragón Negro in 2015, and selected by the Times as one of the twentieth century’s 100 Masters of Crime. In 2020 she was Guest of Honour at Bouchercon. For a list of her books, all of which are currently in print, click here.