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Written on: 25/11/2012 by TGittins (5 reviews written)
In “The King’s Spy”, Andrew Swanston has crafted an, almost, un-put-downable story! It is the adventure of Thomas Hill, an unassuming man who reluctantly assumes the mantle of Cryptographer to King Charles I, during the English Civil War, after Hill’s predecessor and former Mentor is found dead in mysterious circumstances, in an Oxford that bears no resemblance to its modern equivalent. The Civil War is not a period of History of which I am fond, and, consequently, haven’t read much… Read Full Review
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