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A deadly poisoning, a stolen painting and a criminal mastermind challenge the skills of Sharpe and Donovan


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Opposites attract in this gilded age historical romance when a young American suffragette eschews marriage until a handsome detective is hired to protect her from a dangerous stalker.


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When missing turns to murdered, one woman's search for answers will take her to a place she never wanted to go


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The men of BOLO Consultants uncover a dangerous enemy in the City of Sin.


Mad Blood Stirring
Simon Mayo

Pegasus Books
January 2019
On Sale: January 1, 2019
Featuring: Joe Hill
416 pages
ISBN: 164313003X
EAN: 9781643130033
Kindle: B07GRG8NMD
Hardcover / e-Book
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Fiction Adventure

The war of 1812 is over, but for the inmates at Dartmoor Prison, peace―like home―is still a long way away.

On New Year’s Eve 1814, the American sailors of the Eagle finally arrive at Dartmoor prison, bedraggled, exhausted, but burning with hope. They’ve only had one thing to sustain them during the harrowing voyage―a snatched whisper overheard along the way. The war is finally over.

Joe Hill thought he’d left the war outside these walls but it’s quickly clear that there’s a different type of fight to be had within. The seven prison blocks surrounding him have been segregated; six white and one black.

Inspired by true events, this novel recounts the remarkable story of the first ever all-black Shakespeare production, staged by segregated American prisoners of war. It is a story of hope and freedom, of loss and suffering. It is a story about how sometimes, in our darkest hour, it can be the most unlikely of things that see us through.

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