The desperate remedy: Henry Gresham and the Gunpowder Plot

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Thorndike Press, 2003 - Fiction - 560 pages
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When one of his informers from the underworld is brutally murdered, Jacobean England gentleman spy Henry Gresham investigates the private life of Sir Francis Bacon and uncovers an audacious plot involving Catholic lords and Parliament.

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Review: The Desperate Remedy: Henry Gresham and the Gunpowder Plot (Henry Gresham #1)

User Review  - Jack Zhong - Goodreads

I think i read someone's review before i started the read. As i recalled, the review said, the names are hard to remember, indeed. Read full review

Review: The Desperate Remedy: Henry Gresham and the Gunpowder Plot (Henry Gresham #1)

User Review  - Christa Huffman - Goodreads

A story with a lot of potential, poorly executed. Flat, uninteresting characters, poor attempts at humour. It felt to me much like reading an early draft of a novel, rather than a polished finished product. Read full review

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