'It crackles with wit and charm and cements Hawkins' place as the most lovable rogue in historical fiction.' Daily Express
The new twisting mystery from the CWA Historical Dagger 2014 winner Antonia Hodgson.
Late spring, 1728 and Thomas Hawkins has left London for the wild beauty of Yorkshire – forced on a mission he can’t refuse. John Aislabie, one of the wealthiest men in England, has been threatened with murder. ...
A splendid debut … this is a truly spellbinding tale.
Guardian on The Devil In The Marshalsea
Sharp, funny and wearing its antiquity lightly, this is historical crime that contemporary readers can relate to
Sunday Times, Crime Club Book of the Month on A Death at Fountains Abbey
This magnificent story with its multiple twists and turns, part social history with an informative afterword, an exploration of many faces of evil, with a genuine romantic hero and heroine, is a book to linger over
Crime Review on The Last Confession of Thomas Hawkins
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