Jack, Knave and FoolBook - 1998
Riding high on the year's-best lists of the Chicago Tribune, Publishers Weekly, and The New York Times Book Review, the Fielding books have been proclaimed from the start as "wonderful, beautifully written, and altogether fun" (The Washington Post).Now the blind magistrate and his young assistant, Jeremy Proctor, face a baffling pair of deaths. A lord dies suddenly while attending a concert. A disembodied head washes up on the banks of the Thames. While investigating both, Sir John and Jeremy will learn a great deal more than they ever cared to about family, greed, deception..and the peculiar nature of homicide, high and low.Filled with the authentic sights and sounds of the era, this is in every way a worthy addition to a marvelous series.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c1998
Characteristics: 279 p. ; 24 cm