Over Christmas break I decided to start the Thomas and Charlotte Pitt series by Anne Perry. I was able to read five of them over the two weeks: The Cater Street Hangman, Callander Square, Paragon Walk, Resurrection Row, and Rutland Place. They were quick easy reads. I enjoyed them and came away with the same feeling as I did after reading Anne Perry’s World War I series–light, easy historical mysteries. While I enjoyed them, there wasn’t as much depth as there is in some of the other books I’ve been reading lately. They are great vacation reads though and perhaps I’ll read some more the next time I’m on a school break.