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In late 17th Century London rich young women are being kidnapped, then murdered. Harry Hunt, formerly of the Royal Society but now a rich gentleman, is falsely accused. To clear his name, he must rely on his abandoned scientific expertise and battle the full force of the British aristocracy.

1681. London cooks in summer heat. Bonfires are lit in protest against the Kings brother, James, heir to the throne but openly Catholic. Rumours abound of a Black Box, said to conceal proof the Kings illegitimate son is really the rightful heir.

When a wealthy merchants daughter is kidnapped and murdered--even though a ransom was paid--the King orders Harry Hunt of the Royal Society to help investigate.

A second woman goes missing: Elizabeth Thynne, Englands richest heiress. Her husband has a ransom letter from the same kidnappers.

Pressured by powerful men to find the killers and rescue Elizabeth, Harry uncovers a disturbing link to Bethlehem Hospital, better known as Bedlam.

But he is falsely accused of the crimes.

To prove his innocence, he must find the real culprits. Harrys search takes him from Rotherhithe to Whitehall Palace, and to the house of Sir Peter Lely, the famous portrait-painter, in Covent Garden.

And back to Bedlam.

He has the Monarchys future in his hands.

  • Auteur(s)

    Robert J Lloyd

  • Éditeur

    Melville House

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  • Nombre de pages

    432 Pages

  • Longueur

    21.6 cm

  • Largeur

    13.5 cm

  • Épaisseur

    3 cm

  • Poids

    465 g

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