Rapscallion by James McGeeRapscallion by James McGee

Rapscallion

byJames McGee

Paperback | February 23, 2009

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For a French prisoner of war, there is only one fate worse than the gallows: the hulks. Former man-o?-wars, now converted to prison ships, their fearsome reputation guarantees a sentence served in the most dreadful conditions.

Few survive. Escape, it?s said, is impossible.

Yet reports persist of a sinister smuggling operation within this brutal world - and the Royal Navy is worried enough to send two of its officers to investigate.

But when they disappear without trace, the Navy turns in desperation to Bow Street for help. It?s time to send in a man as dangerous as the prey. It?s time to send in Hawkwood...

For a French prisoner of war, there is only one fate worse than the gallows: the hulks. Former man-o'-wars, now converted to prison ships, their fearsome reputation guarantees a sentence served in the most dreadful conditions. Few survive. Escape, it's said, is impossible. Yet reports persist of a sinister smuggling operation within t...
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Title:RapscallionFormat:PaperbackDimensions:400 pages, 7.9 × 5.1 × 1.2 inPublished:February 23, 2009Publisher:Harpercollins (uk)Language:English

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ISBN - 10:0007212747

ISBN - 13:9780007212743

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from I'm still in love with Hawkwood! This is the third book about Bow Street Runner Matthew Hawkwood, and I still love him as much as I did in the first book! In this outing, Hawkwook is sent undercover on a prison ship to discover what happened to two previous agents who've disappeared. The book includes all the kinds of suspense, intrigue, danger, humour and excitement you'd expect from a book called "Rapscallion" (I just LOVE that title!) and it will keep you on tenterhooks right to the end to see if the good guys best the bad guys! The character of Hawkwood is terrific! He's exactly the sort of slightly battered and disillusioned, living outside the the establishment, doesn't play by the rules but still ultimately has honour and a heart of gold guy you can root for and swoon over (if you're a girl, that is!). I loved this book, and highly recommend it!
Date published: 2009-08-11