David Hingley
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The second book in the Mercia Blakewood historical crime series that spans Restoration London and the New World.

Following adventures she would sooner forget in the newly renamed New York, Mercia Blakewood is hopeful that she has gained the leverage with the king she needs to reclaim her and her son's home back in England. The breathtaking new world piques her curiosity and a burgeoning friendship with Clemency Carter, a local medicine woman, prompts Mercia to delay a return to England. Navigating an unknown landscape, the aftershocks still felt of revolution and restoration, and the uneasy relationship between the puritan settlers and native Indians proves complex. But when the virgin forests of New England are tainted by murder, and Mercia will not rest until the killer is brought to justice.

Author bio:

Originally from the Midlands, David Hingley worked in the Civil Service for eleven years before leaving to fulfill his long-term ambition to write. He spent three years living in New York, close to the action in Birthright and Puritan, before returning to the UK in 2016.

Category: Crime & mystery
ISBN: 9780749020286
Publisher: Faber Factory
Imprint: Allison & Busby
Pub Date: March 2017
Page Extent: 384
Format: Book
Age: 0 - 0
Subject: Crime & mystery