Murder as a Fine Art - Chapter 8: The Year of Revolution Summary & Analysis

David Morrell
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As many as four hundred gentleman clubs are located on Pall Mall, catering to a variety of interests. Some are so exclusive that curtained tunnels are erected from the entrance to the street so that customers who want to remain anonymous can enter without being seen. A coach pulls up to one such club called the Royal Agricultural Club, despite the ‘Closed for Renovations’ sign out front. In the tunnel, Lord Palmerston, Colonel Brookline, and one of Brookline’s men approach the man at the door who is also a security member. Palmerston knocks in a specific pattern on a door which is opened by a young woman. As Palmerston has a reputation for enjoying female companionship – a reputation he cultivates – no one has any idea that he isn’t there to see her. They chat for only a moment...

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