REVIEW – A Deadly Deception by Tessa Harris

This one was a little lukewarm for me. It’s a slower-paced mystery, set in 1880s Whitechapel. After a dormant period of about eight months, a murder occurs and residents fear that Jack the Ripper is back.

I ended up liking two secondary characters the best (I won’t say who, major spoilers!)

The writing is good and the book does pick up speed towards the end, with some fun little reveals and twists.

Thank you to the folks at Kensington for sending me an advanced copy of this book!

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