The John Rawlings Historical London Mysteries (Volume 2)
By Deryn Lake
AN EVOCATIVE HISTORICAL MYSTERY SERIES SET IN THE GASLIT STREETS OF FOGGY GEORGIAN LONDON.
John Rawlings is an apothecary in 18th century London. But at a chance meeting with the remarkable blind magistrate, his acute memory and his powers of observation embroil him in the intriguing world of crime-solving.
Follow his escapades on the bustling streets of Georgian London in these heart-pounding historical mysteries. Perfect for fans of C.S. Harris, Andrew Taylor, Ian Morson, S. J. Parris, Paul Doherty and David Penny.
PRAISE FOR THE JOHN RAWLINGS MYSTERIES:
‘Meticulously researched, this is a series that brings the past to colourful life.’ Guardian
‘The Queen of the Georgian Historical Mystery.’ The Times
‘An effervescent tale… the author organises her large cast and colourful background with skill and gusto.’ Mail on Sunday
FROM BOOK ELEVEN:
In the spring of 1765, Rawlings and his daughter travel to Cornwall to see the Helstone Floral Dance — but death follows them there. While investigating the suspected murders of a child and a courtesan, Rawlings crosses paths with a coven of witches and a mysterious musician.