The Piccadilly Plot: Chaloner's Seventh Exploit in Restoration London - Susanna Gregory Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847444326 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Susanna Gregory / Hardcover / 496 Pages / Book is published 2012-01-19 by Sphere
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The Piccadilly plot is the seventh in the Thomas Chaloner novels set in restoration England in and around 1660-1670's. The novels are written by Susanna Gregory who is best known for her Matthew Bartholomhew books set in a Cambridge college in the 14th century. The Chaloner novels differ from the MB books in that there is only one main character and the action tends to be a bit more James Bond compared with Inspector Morse, still the books tend to engage the reader and transport them back to a time of decadence, deceit and dubious morals all set around the court of Charles II. Thomas Chaloner is a nephew of one of the men who signed the death warrant of ... Read the complete review
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