By Anne Perry
Prudence Barrymore, a skilled nurse who had labored with Florence Nightingale within the Crimea, is located strangled to loss of life in a London health facility. inner most inquiry agent William Monk is engaged to enquire this awful crime. progressively, Monk assembles the portrait of a striking girl. but he additionally discerns the shadow of a sad evil and a daunting glimmer of his personal eclipsed earlier . . .
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These slums usually also lack clean water and other basic services such as sewers. New Migratory Patterns In industrialized countries such as Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom, population patterns have been quite changeable. Following a century or more of movement into the cities as mechanized, mass production led to the creation of factories in urban areas, the centers of many big cities have become crowded and housing has become more expensive. Air quality in most cities tends to be poor, and crime may be on the rise.
With the invention of the spinning jenny and other machinery, spinning and weaving were now done in factories. This meant textiles could be made quickly and cheaply. Mills had to be located near supplies of coal and running water, two resources that were plentiful in the north of England. Cities such as Manchester, Leeds, and Liverpool grew quickly as people came to work in the mills. Farming communities shrank as workers left to work in cities. ̄ The Saltaire textile factory and town on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal near Bradford in England.
Called favelas, on the city’s outskirts. Population patterns are constantly changing. In newly industrialized countries factories are bringing people from the countryside into the cities. Cities such as Thane, in India, have grown rapidly to accommodate the new residents. Thane has a large section where there are chemical, engineering, textile, and electrical industries. In many countries, new migrants find that they cannot afford decent housing in the cities into which they have moved. Some may not even be able to find jobs.