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    Read & download The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1) [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) This is an atmospheric historical thriller that brilliantly captures the repercussions of the English Civil War in the 1650s It is set in Oliver Cromwell's reign where Coffee Houses are one of the major places where news is acuired and political discussions take place MacLean is a gifted storyteller who has the ability to construct a portal through which we can enter Cromwell's London and the royalist hotbed that is Oxford The his

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    [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) I tried this book a couple of times and couldn’t get into it This was my final attempt and this time I went straight through Gradually I am filling the gaps in my knowledge of British history The civil war Oliver Cromwell Roundheads and Cava

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    Read & download ß PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à S.G. MacLean [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) First of all thank you Paromjit for your recent review 4th in series that led me to these books Secondly I rarely read historical fiction as having studied history and taught it for some years it annoys me if the research is flawed and the interpretation fanciful That is most definitely not the case here I LOVED it The style of writing was so appropriate to the 17th century and fact and fiction were woven together seamlessly I liked how

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    Read & download The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1) S.G. MacLean à 2 Free read [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) Wonderful historical mystery set in the 17th century during the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell On reflection I've increased the rat

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    [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) Actual rating 500

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    [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) I don't write many reviews but I wanted to write one for this book because I thought it was great and doesn't have a lot of them on Goodreads Maybe because it's only published by a UK publisher and isn't even available on US version anyway? I loved this book and didn't want to put it down which doesn't happen that often for me and not usually with historical mysteries either The historical detail is fantastic b

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    Read & download The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1) [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) Read & download ß PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free à S.G. MacLean My notes say I'm not sure if I'm enjoying this and then I read intently to the end of the book before concluding that actually no I wasn't which kind of sums it up Set in the Cromwellian interregnum with Damian Seeker as enf

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    [E–book/E–pub] (The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)) Thoroughly enjoyed this crime drama set in the period of the Commonwealth following the triumph of the Parliamentary faction in the English Civil War It captures well the paranoia that must have been endemic especially in the big cities like

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Elizabeth I fNterpretationanciful That is most definitely not the case here I LOVED it The style of writing was so appropriate to the 17th century and act and iction were woven together seamlessly I liked how Puritan England of Cromwell s protectorate was portrayed and it showed clearly how men of property in Parliament blocked any changes that might have led to the people being politically Theres Always a Trail / Home in the Valley free which was what manyought or Self interest served Sound amiliar I ll say no The authors represented OC very airly too how this yeoman armer became King in all but name lived a much luxurious life than his subjects the harshness with which opponents were dealt with and his crushing of the Irish the Scots after the battle of Dunbar and religious sects too Churches were stripped of any ornament indeed our local church became a Parliamentarian stable To keep order spies were everywhere headed by John Thurloe I really liked the main character of Damian Seeker an intelligence officer in Cromwell s government He was somewhat mysterious enigmatic but most certainly an honest seeker of the truth He has a past some of which emerged at the end of the book He had been a member of the sect The Seekers many of these later became uakers I really liked the way he doggedly pursued the murderer of John Winter and royalist who were trying to assassinate Cromwell and other leaders doggedly pursued the murderer of John Winter and royalist plotters were trying to assassinate Cromwell and other leaders were some shocking and true revelations about opponents sent as slaves to places like Barbados I also liked the role that coffee houses played in the story These were becoming increasingly important meeting places to discuss news politics gossip and read the broadsheets that were becoming common I would say they were the early euivalent of social media though perhaps not as toxic Oh hang on a minute maybe not There were some twists and turns that made the book such a good read Overall this is really worthwhile historical novel Well WRITTEN WELL RESEARCHED AND MOST IMPORTANTLY VERY ENTERTAINING I well researched and most importantly very entertaining I definitely read Actual rating 500 My notes say I m not sure if I m enjoying this and then I read intently to the end of the book before concluding that actually no I wasn t which kind of sums it up Set in the Cromwellian interregnum with Damian Seeker as enforcer torturer. R Elias Ellingworth ound holding a knife over the bleeding body of the dying man held in the Tower Despite the damning evidence Seeker is not convinced of Ellingworth's guilt He will stop at nothing to bring the right man to justice. Rt somewhere and those ew who saw Seeker pass gave silent thanks that whatever it was was no concern of theirsI loved this book The second I inished it I was tempted to start right back at the beginning again but instead I settled Ten Years Beyond Baker Street: for going online and pre ordering the second bookrom The Book Depository Set in November 1654 it is an excellently written book that evokes the tensions of the time when Oliver Cromwell was the Lord Protectorate and Royalists remained devoted in their efforts to see the exiled Stuarts restored to the halls of Kings Damian Seeker is the Captain of Cromwell s guard and works tirelessly towards uncovering the vast network of intelligencers that conspire to bring Cromwell down When a FAVORED OFFICER IN CROMWELL S NEW officer in Cromwell s New Army is ound dead at his doorstep and a young lawyer on the government s watch list is holding the bloody knife over the body Seeker inds himself on the trail of something much biggerThe story is told in third person and the The Essential Library for New Moms 4-Book Bundle: Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child; The Baby Food Bible; Infant Massage; Colic Solved first chapter introduces most of the main characters In just aew paragraphs the author manages to set up each character as an intriguing presence in hisher own right ensuring that the reader will be curious to learn What The Triangle of Truth: The Surprisingly Simple Secret to Resolving Conflicts Largeand Small follows is a deeply atmospheric tale involving conspiracies assassinsriendships political intrigue and connections where they are least expected I m not sure that the mystery of the initial was set up in a manner that allows or the reader to that the mystery of the murder was set up in a manner that allows or the reader to out the identity of the murderer on their own but I was so drawn into the lives of these different people and into seeing how and where the various points converged that it hardly mattered to me It was a gripping read or me and Seeker makes or a NYCTaxiCabTales.com: Taxi Stories from streets of NYC fascinating character existing underneath layers of old pains wrapped tightly in an almost obsessive needor order and truth I can t wait to read Reread in March 2017 Loved it just as much Also it was nice to catch some of the little mentions and hints that I missed the The Wrong Side of the Bed first time around Now on to book two First of all thank you Paromjitor your recent review 4th in series that led me to these books Secondly I rarely read historical The Alvin Ho Super Collection: Books 1-4 fiction as having studied history and taught itor some years it annoys me if the research is کاروان امید flawed and the Certain is that he is utterly loyal to Cromwell and that nothing can be long hiddenrom him In the new ashionable coffee houses of London a murder takes place All London is ringing with the news that John Winter is dead the lawye. ,


Thank you to Netgalley and uercus books or my The Cat Who Sang for the Birds (Cat Who... free copy in exchangeor a Tempting Faith Di Napoli fair and honest reviewIf youancy immersing yourself in 1650 s England then this historical crime iction can certainly do that It s a living breathing portrait of life during that troubled period in historyset during the reign of period in historySet during the reign of it brings to the ore the man responsible or Cromwell s safety Damian Seeker known simply as The Seeker He might live very much in the shadows but nothing escapes his attentionCoffee houses eatured most prominently at this time They were places to much in the shadows but nothing escapes his attentionCoffee houses eatured most prominently at this time They were places to in the shadows but nothing escapes his attentionCoffee houses The Confident Woman: How to Take Charge and Recharge Your Life featured most prominently at this time They were places to exchange debate all the latest news a place where trades and deals took place but also somewhere that those with royalist sympathies would pass on coded messages in an attempt tourther their cause and bring Charles Stuart to the throne But walls have ears in the guise of informants and one has to be extremely careful who to trust or ear of inviting the wrath of The Seeker upon themThe story centres around the murder of John Winter one of Cromwell s most trusted soldiers and it is Seeker s job to discover the identity of the murderer lest he should target Cromwell himself next time Whoever committed this crime did it in the heart of Whitehall where John Winter and his wife had their private apartments Lawyer Elias Ellingworth was discovered standing over John Winter s body but Seeker doesn t believe that he carried out the murder It makes or a really gripping read the way Seeker sets about uestioning and eliminating suspectsI have to say that this was extremely well written with some serious research and was SO atmospheric The characters were brilliant none so than The Seeker Here we have a very interesting character a man who put the ear of God into everyone he came into contact with but yet there was clearly another side to him a human side that we were allowed just a glimpse of The storyline gets right to the heart of things and brings this brutal time in history right into your ront room Though slightly slow at times it nevertheless managed to engage me right the way through and I can definitely recommend it But today his long black cloak lowing behind him as he spurred his horse towards the city there could be no doubt that there was business of great impo. London 1657 the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell No one knows where Damian Seeker originated The Way of Women from who hisamily is or even his real name Mothers righten their children by telling them tales of The Seeker All that is known of him or. The Seeker (Damian Seeker 1)