William Monk Series by Anne Perry
Inspector William Monk is a fictional character created by the writer Anne Perry and hero of a series of books. Monk was born in Northumberland in the Victorian era , the son of a fisherman. Before he joined the police, Monk worked as a banker under Arroll Dundas, who became Monk's mentor and taught him how to behave and dress like a gentleman. When Dundas was wrongly convicted of railway fraud, Monk decided he would never again be so powerless against injustice and became a policeman. He was ruthlessly ambitious and quickly climbed the career ladder—while making many enemies along the way. He had a coach accident in , after which he lost his memory—a fact he kept secret to save his job. After the accident he met Hester Latterly , a Crimean War nurse and they became close.
William Monk Series. William Monk takes on several professions during the course of this series, from police inspector to private inquiry agent to superintendent with the Thames River Police. Book 1. The Face of a Stranger by Anne Perry. His name, they tell him, is William Monk, and he… More. Want to Read.
Created by English writer Anne Perry, William Monk is a policeman in the Victorian era. Brilliant, ambitious, but suffering from amnesia after a.
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By Fabien. On September 7, In Reading Guide. Brilliant, ambitious, but suffering from amnesia after a coach accident in , this son of a fisherman has lost a lot and tried to keep this a secret to save his job. After the accident he met Hester Latterly, a Crimean War nurse and they became close as she helps him in his work.