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The last confession of Thomas Hawkins, Antonia Hodgson

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The last confession of Thomas Hawkins
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The last confession of Thomas Hawkins
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Antonia Hodgson
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Last confession of Thomas Hawkins ;
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a novel
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eng
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Tom Hawkins prays for a royal pardon as he relives the espionage, underground dealings, and murder accusations that sent him to the gallows
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Title
The last confession of Thomas Hawkins
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Summary
Spring, 1728. A young, well-dressed man is dragged through the streets of London to the gallows at Tyburn. The crowds jeer and curse as he passes, calling him a murderer. He tries to remain calm. His name is Tom Hawkins and he is innocent. Somehow he has to prove it, before the rope squeezes the life out of him. It is, of course, all his own fault. He was happy with Kitty Sparks. Life was good. He should never have told the most dangerous criminal in London that he was 'bored and looking for adventure'. He should never have offered to help Henrietta Howard, the king's mistress, in her desperate struggles with a brutal husband. And most of all, he should never have trusted the witty, calculating Queen Caroline. She has promised him a royal pardon if he holds his tongue but then again, there is nothing more silent than a hanged man. Based loosely on actual events, Antonia Hodgson's new novel is both a sequel to The Devil in the Marshalsea and a standalone historical mystery. From the gilded cage of the Court to the wicked freedoms of the slums, it reveals a world both seductive and deadly. And it continues the rake's progress of Tom Hawkins - assuming he can find a way to survive the noose...
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10414444
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DLC
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823/.92
Index
no index present
LC call number
PR6108.O335
LC item number
L37 2016
Literary form
fiction
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Series statement
Tom Hawkins novels,
Series volume
2
Target audience
adult
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Antonia Hodgson
The last confession of Thomas Hawkins, Antonia Hodgson

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