I received an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley in return for an honest review on my blog and NetGalley.
The Graves of Whitechapel by Claire Evans, publish date 25th June 2020.
I really enjoyed this book, on the whole, Claire Evans does a really good job of transporting us back into London during the 1880s, the setting is excellent.
Cage Lackmann, our main character, is a lawyer used to representing some of the shadier members of society and despite this is the most likeable character throughout the whole book. I really enjoyed the insight we got into his life.
The plot was brilliant, the twists and turns throughout the book were unexpected and took me by surprise. However, I did feel it was incredibly slow to get going and at points, I felt like it was dragging too much without anything happening.
On the whole, I really enjoyed this book but I wish it got to the point of the book a little bit quicker as I did get a bit fed up at points.
Let me know if you’ve read The Graves of Whitechapel, I’d love to know what you thought! Em xxx