Blood Ties: The Continuing Tale of the French Executioner - C C Humphreys Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Author: C.C. Humphreys / ISBN: 0752842773 / Publication Date: 2003 / Publisher: Orion
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Pages: 400, Edition: 1st Paperback Printing, Paperback, Orion
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Customer Blood Ties: The Continuing Tale of the French Executioner - C C Humphreys Reviews (2)
by - written on 03/02/12 (Very useful, 55 readings)
Sometimes I really should be more careful when buying books as there are so many sequels that it is easy to get a book that is part of a series and I have not read the first one. I did this with Blood Ties by C. C. Humphreys not realising that it was the second book and I had not read the first. Being impatient I decided to have a quick look on Amazon and see what had happened and then read Blood Ties. I was looking forward to it as the previous book about the French Executioner got rave reviews so I felt I had made a good choice. This tells the story of the beheading of Anne Boleyn and Blood Ties starts after this event. There were rumours that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 41 readings)
It is quite difficult to review the second book in the series without giving too much of the first one away, so apologies if I do! Chris Humphreys, better known by his pen name C C Humphreys is an author of 'historical adventure' novels. He used to be in The Bill before publishing his first book, The French Executioner, a fictional story about the man who came over to behead Anne Boleyn. Blood Ties is the sequel to this. If you haven't read The French Executioner, I advise you to read it first, or this book would be very confusing! Blood Ties starts at The Tower of London, where the body of Anne Boleyn is exhumed to see if there is anything missing ... Read the complete review
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