(May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts


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    review May 1812 (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts M.M. Bennetts Á 5 Read & Download This book frustrated me and it also made me angry at times because it could have been a 4 or even 5 instead of the 25 I give itI absolutely adored most of the author's voice it read like contemporary of the Regency period and was uite clearly very well researched in most parts There has to have been truly intense linguis

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    Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Á M.M. Bennetts M.M. Bennetts Á 5 Read & Download (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts This is either the third or fourth time i have read this Regency Romance It has been some years since I last read it and I know each t

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    (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts This book had been languishing forgotten on my Kindle for perhaps than a year when it came up in a cyber discussion and reminded me that I shoul

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    review May 1812 (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Á M.M. Bennetts This ambitious novel takes place during the Napoleonic Period and is exuisitely steeped in detail that can only be written by someone who knows their subject well Reminiscent of Austin and Burney Bennetts creates complex characters and successfully combines the intricacies of their personal relationships with the political intrigue of the

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    review May 1812 (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts I read this in two days rather a long time for me and I am going to start re reading it probably tonight It's a fabulous novel the writing drawing me into the era with its elegance and mannerisms and dictates I knew I was onto a winner here when I began to seriously worry about Avery and JaneSome scenes were exuisitely wr

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    (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts This was a very dense historical romance with problems in being accessible at times but was still very good for the most p

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    Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Á M.M. Bennetts (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts M.M. Bennetts Á 5 Read & Download I usually read nautical books set in the age of sail but on vacation I thought I'd have a change of pace and give this one a try It

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    (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts History fiction as history fiction should be A wealth of period detail that makes you feel as though you are experiencing t

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    (May 1812) [PDF KINDLE] ô M.M. Bennetts As the title suggests this book covers just over one month in 1812 It's also a long book but in my opinion not a page too longThe Earl of Myddelton finds out that he was betrothed to a girl by his father years ago before said parent's untime

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    M.M. Bennetts Á 5 Read & Download Download Ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Á M.M. Bennetts review May 1812 I really enjoyed this book although when I downloaded it I did not realise it was really a romance It is a very long book but does not seem so as each character and situation is well thought out and allowed to develop in an unhurried way The au

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May 1812

May 1812 Free download ´ 5 1812 Europe has been at war for twenty years Britain stands alone against the greatest threat to peace the world has ever known at daily risk of a French invasion and revolution In London a handful of men struggle to protect their country and maintain the war effort Among them the Earl of Myddelton. This book had been languishing forgotten on my Kindle for perhaps than a year when it came up in a cyber discussion and reminded me that I should give it a go It s worth the read but it is a mixed bag alternating between being interesting historical fiction about England s war efforts against Napoleon and being a rather tedious Regency romance in London s Upper Ten ThousandIt s obvious that the author is knowledgeable about the history of the period and supplies lots of detail about the political atmosphere within England and the threats outside The protagonist is Avery Earl of Myddelton a translator and code breaker working for the Foreign Office Through his day to day activities and interactions with real historical personages we get a real feel for the national unrest of the timesIt s only when the book turns to Myddelton s love life that things are a bit tedious The romance for someone like me who has read many a Regency romance in her day in particular through a teenage obsession with Georgette Heyer s work is very been there done that Life among the upper class is minutely detailed with fashion social activities references to customs architecture music the arts and people of the day such as Beau Brummell Almack s patronessesetc This I will admit could have been interesting if I hadn t already read too much Regency fictionThe romance itself has many overused tropes such as failures to communicate misunderstanding even that ubiuitous evil other woman thrown into the mix but in spite of this I still found myself rooting for the hero and heroine to reach a happy point in their relationship That means the author did a good enough job in their characterizations even though Myddelton was a bit erratic in his behavior to his new wifeAll in all this is a pleasant period piece that seems to be authentic depiction of life and speech as it was then One minor point I had an issue with is the heroine s uncle s threat to annul her marriage to Myddelton It s my understanding that in the 1800s mere non consummation was not a legitimate reason for an annulment unless impotence could be proven Imagine years Britain stands alone against the greatest threat to peace the world has ever known at daily risk of a French invasion and revolution In London a handful of men struggle to protect their country and maintain the war effort Among them the Earl of Myddelton. This book had been languishing forgotten on my Kindle for perhaps than a Peeping Toms year when it came up in a cyber discussion and reminded me that I should give it a go It s worth the read but it is a mixed bag alternating between being interesting historical fiction about England s war efforts against Napoleon and being a rather tedious Regency romance in London s Upper Ten ThousandIt s obvious that the author is knowledgeable about the history of the period and supplies lots of detail about the political atmosphere within England and the threats outside The protagonist is Avery Earl of Myddelton a translator and code breaker working for the Foreign Office Through his day to day activities and interactions with real historical personages we get a real feel for the national unrest of the timesIt s only when the book turns to Myddelton s love life that things are a bit tedious The romance for someone like me who has read many a Regency romance in her day in particular through a teenage obsession with Georgette Heyer s work is very been there done that Life among the upper class is minutely detailed with fashion social activities references to customs architecture music the arts and people of the day such as Beau Brummell Almack s patronessesetc This I will admit could have been interesting if I hadn t already read too much Regency fictionThe romance itself has many overused tropes such as failures to communicate misunderstanding even that ubiuitous evil other woman thrown into the mix but in spite of this I still found myself rooting for the hero and heroine to reach a happy point in their relationship That means the author did a good enough job in their characterizations even though Myddelton was a bit erratic in his behavior to his new wifeAll in all this is a pleasant period piece that seems to be authentic depiction of life and speech as it was then One minor point I had an issue with is the heroine s uncle s threat to annul her marriage to Myddelton It s my understanding that in the 1800s mere non consummation was not a legitimate reason for an annulment unless impotence could be proven

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May 1812 Free download ´ 5 Code breaker to the Foreign Office strives to crack the most difficult French code yet the Grand Chiffre before still men die on the battlefields of EuropeThen on 11 May 1812 the unthinkable happens The Prime Minister is assassinated Amid widespread panic and fear of a French conspiracy the govern. I read this in two days rather a long time for me and I am going to start re reading it probably tonight It s a fabulous novel the writing drawing me into the era with its elegance and mannerisms and dictates I knew I was onto a winner here when I began to seriously worry about Avery and JaneSome scenes were exuisitely written view spoiler the death of Perceval and Myddelton s reaction was almost too painful to read hide spoiler

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May 1812 Free download ´ 5 Ment fallsFrom the ballrooms of London to the backstreets of power to the death in waiting coast of enemy France Myddelton is drawn inexorably into the deepening crisis his private life unravelling all the while as misunderstandings gossip and spite mar his marriage and threaten to destroy his care. History fiction as history fiction should be A wealth of period detail that makes you feel as though you are experiencing this first hand A gripping and absorbing story As crime thrillers were redefined by such writers as James Ellroy and Lawrence Block so MMBennetts rescues the historical Regency period from poke bonnets and simpering tea parties Examining the home front in time of war based around the murder of the Prime Minister Spencer Percival and the fear that the French would soon invade Myddleton seeks answers in the coded French despatches

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  • May 1812
  • M.M. Bennetts
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  • 11 September 2018
  • 9781907386046