Why has the supremely depraved, slave-owning Earl of Falstead suddenly arrived in the London he hates: the early Victorian London of 1841, with its stinks, swamps, rookeries, miasmas and multitude of diseases? More
And why has he turned up, unannounced, on the doorstep of the most exclusive brothel in Mayfair in that noisiest, most cosmopolitan, largest and most sophisticated city in the entire world? Just what does the death of a young man in a contrived duel have to do with it, and just where does someone called 'The Bermondsey Terror' fit into it all? And just how does all that fit into a story that drips with sex and sadism set in the England of 150 years ago? Find out in 'Kneel, My Lady', the third book in the 'Falstead' series, which began with 'The Lady Brought Low’ and continued with 'Once a Lady.