Putnam, March 2003, 24.95, 400 pp.
In 1609 London, King James I wants peace with Spain while his son and heir Prince Henry, a staunch anti-papist wants England freed of Catholics. After helping the Dutch fight the Spanish in the Low Countries, Ned Warriner returns to England to see the now married Kate Pelham, the only woman he ever loved. During his first week back in the country, he wins a letter in a dice game that he later f... The Music of the Spheres
Putnam, Jul 2001, 24.95, 420 pp.
By 1795 the impact of the French Revolution is being felt in all ways of life across the Channel, but especially among the Ton. England and France are at war, so the Home Office suspects the numerous exiles of conducting espionage in support of either Napoleon or a restoration.
Home Office Agent John Absey earns a living searching for spies, but has little interest in his work except f...