Tuesday, June 5, 2018

Review: Unnatural Habits by Kerry Greenwood

I always love Miss Fisher! This one is about tracking down missing girls who are pregnant and forced to work in a horrible laundry by the Church. The conditions of the poor girls (being punished for their sins under sweatshop conditions) and the utter lack of humanity in their treatment even overwhelms the unflappable Miss Fisher.  The most disturbing thing is the Magdalen laundry in the story is part of ones that really existed.  It is always hard for me to comprehend abuse in the name of Religion.

Another multilevel story with lots of twists and mysteries to solve. The gang (and its newest member - Tinker) investigate with enthusiasm. Loved it!


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