Smuggler's Moon

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Berkley Prime Crime, 2002 - Fiction - 304 pages
10 Reviews
Blind judge Sir John Fielding and his protg Jeremy Proctor arrive in the seaside town of Deal to question the town magistrate, accused of complicity in illegal smuggling. But just as their investigation begins, the smugglers turn murderous. Sir John believes he and Jeremy are facing some powerful enemies who not only control Smuggler's Beach, but the law as well.

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Review: Smuggler's Moon (Sir John Fielding #8)

User Review  - Niffer - Goodreads

I felt like this John Fielding mystery started out a little slow. There were a lot of pieces that needed to be put in place before the action could really start. This also felt very much like a ... Read full review

Review: Smuggler's Moon (Sir John Fielding #8)

User Review  - Abra - Goodreads

Very enjoyable; it's been years since I read an Alexander mystery about the Blind Beak of Bow Street. Great 18th century atmosphere. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
32
Section 3
55
Section 4
63
Section 5
77
Section 6
85
Section 7
101
Section 8
136
Section 10
179
Section 11
202
Section 12
231
Section 13
261
Section 14
274
Section 15
287
Section 16
293
Section 17
296

Section 9
155
Copyright

About the author (2002)

Bruce Alexander is the pseudonym for a well-known author of fiction and non-fiction. The previous books in this series are Blind Justice, Murder in Grub Street (Named by The New York Times Book Review as a Notable Book in 1995), Watery Grave, Person or Persons Unknown (named by the Chicago Tribune as one of the best novels of 1997), Jack, Knave and Fool, and Death of a Colonial.

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