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This book was relatively slow to get going and I was rather uninterested in the story until it got toward the end of the book Once the identity of The Cutter was revealed the book improved Probably my favorite part of the book was the interplay between Bartleby and Webb, which amused me throughout All in all an interesting read although in parts not entirely convincing. @FREE EBOOK õ The Last Pleasure Garden: Desire. Death. Corruption...The Dark Heart of Victorian London... à Popular Ebook, The Last Pleasure Garden Desire Death CorruptionThe Dark Heart Of Victorian London Author Lee Jackson This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book The Last Pleasure Garden Desire Death CorruptionThe Dark Heart Of Victorian London, Essay By Lee Jackson Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You What a turn of events at the end there The whole book literally built up to what was going on You could not predict what was happening which was fantastic So many things lead to the end, the pieces of the puzzle just slowly fell in place I would say this would be a quick one time read for anyone who loves mystery and historical fiction Very descriptive and written well for the time period that it is supposed to be in The characters were realistic and you got to see both sides of the case, which I liked. I like Lee jackson s style of writing, great victorian descriptions Enjoyed it. Despite the lurid looking cover, this was actually just an intriguing Victorian set mystery story I enjoyed trying to figure out who was responsible for the bizarre goings on, and also how seemingly disparate sets of people were in fact connected I also enjoyed the sly bits of humor A good story that held my interest to the end. Interesting and well written Good atmosphere. The Last Pleasure Garden of the book s title is Cremorne Gardens, a Victorian version of the notorious Vauxhall Gardens of Regency infamy All sorts of things happen in the Gardens, including a mad man who is cutting a lock from young women s hair and slashing dresses, using a frighteningly large pair of scissors Inspector Webb has to catch the man and finds there is far involved than a simple lunatic at large Dead bodies, murder and baby farming, past passions and present revenge tangle together in a mix he has difficulty unravelling For Jackson fans this will be a pleasure to read especially as the author s Victorian London is tangible However I do have a couple of quibbles I had been looking forward to reading this book It is the third in a series about Decimus Webb of Scotland Yard and I d heard much praise for the series The first book was short listed for the Ellis Peters Historical Dagger Award, and Lee Jackson knows his Victorian London well enough to have written an excellent non fiction book about it But this book and I believe the other two also is written in the present tense by an omniscient author Readers are never close enough to a character to form that reader s bond which makes me willing to turn the pages and see what happens next It makes, for me, a rather passionless book which, as the plot revolves around revenge and rekindling old passions, I found difficult reading And I personally found it hard to accept that Rose Perfitt, a seventeen year old, gentleman s, well brought up daughter about to make her come out would have so much unsupervised freedom. This was a nice atmospheric Victorian mystery the third Inspector Webb novel, which I thought was a bit odd, as Inspector Webb was a bit of a two dimensional character to me He was there to solve the mystery and nothing , but I wonder if that would have been different if I d read the other two novels.I enjoyed the description of the Cremorne Pleasure Gardens, which sounded rather fun, and all the little details of baby farming, for instance are quite fascinating I wasn t enthralled particularly by the mystery, but it wasn t awful either A fairly fast read, but I really enjoyed the Victoriana details than the actual plot.