The Jesuit Letter The Tyburn Folios Book Ex soldier turned play actor Christopher Tyburn thought he had left bloodshed and violence behind him when he abandoned the war against the Spanish in Flanders but fate has different and far bloodier

  • Title: The Jesuit Letter (The Tyburn Folios Book 1)
  • Author: Dean Hamilton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ex soldier turned play actor Christopher Tyburn thought he had left bloodshed and violence behind him when he abandoned the war against the Spanish in Flanders, but fate has different and far bloodier plans waiting.When Tyburn accidentally intercepts a coded latter from a hidden Jesuit priest in Warwickshire, he is entangled in a murderous and deadly conspiracy Stalked byEx soldier turned play actor Christopher Tyburn thought he had left bloodshed and violence behind him when he abandoned the war against the Spanish in Flanders, but fate has different and far bloodier plans waiting.When Tyburn accidentally intercepts a coded latter from a hidden Jesuit priest in Warwickshire, he is entangled in a murderous and deadly conspiracy Stalked by unknown enemies, he must race to uncover the conspiracy and hunt down the Jesuit to clear his name.or die a traitor s death His only hope an eleven year old glover s son named William Shakespeare.

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    1. The Jesuit Letter is a historical adventure with a little something to captivate every reader. Through the protagonist, Christopher Tyburn, we are welcomed into the world of travelling players, though it is slowly revealed that there is much more to this mysterious, scarred man. Where else could an Elizabethan troupe perform than Stratford-upon-Avon, where we get to meet a young Will Shakespeare?The mystery and action that begin right in the prologue never lets up in this quick-paced story. Our [...]

    2. The Jesuit Letter by Dean Hamilton (365 pages)The Historical Novel Society recently selected The Jesuit Letter as their Editor's Choice for their winter issue and long-listed the book for the Historical Novel Society Indie Award.Author Dean Hamilton’s book, The Jesuit Letter, set in summer 1575, is the first book in a series about Englishman Christopher Tyburn. We learn from back story that four years earlier as a young scholar, Tyburn left Cambridge University to join Queen Elizabeth’s army [...]

    3. I volunteered to read and review a complimentary copy of The Jesuit Letter after perusing Hamilton’s well-written prequelBlack Dog A Novellaon Kobo. I was intrigued because I like Elizabethan drama and history and always enjoy good yarns from any era, but I am a stickler for authenticity. I was not disappointed in either the story or the history woven into it. I could hardly put The Jesuit Letter down, once the story hooked me. Hamilton has spun a great yarn, with twists, turns, and lots of hi [...]

    4. I'm a sucker for historical fiction, particularly stories from the 1500s in England.This one did not disappoint. There's intrigue, swordplay, a little romance, anda child William Shakespeare? Yep, the Bard appears as an 11-year-old kid who gets right in the thick of things. The (copious) footnotes were sometimes interesting and sometimes annoying. A footnote to explain a word when the meaning is pretty clear from the context is an irritant. A footnote that adds information that explains the cont [...]

    5. The Jesuit Letter opens with a murder and the action does not stop. A gripping read. I could not put it down.

    6. We are proud to announce that THE JESUIT LETTER by Dean Hamilton is a B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!

    7. This book has received a Discovering Diamonds Review:' Perhaps a little sluggish to get into gear through the first pages, do read on for the story soon heats up with twists, turns, a touch of humour, romance, and the riddle of the most important part of the plot, the matter of a murder… 'Helen Hollickfounder #DDRevs

    8. The plot and writing were excellent.My only problem was with the annotations , which were given at the end of the work .It would have been much more useful to have them , whilst one can remember their meaning in context , at. the end of each chapter

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