Smuggler's Moon

Smuggler's Moon

Book - 2001
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Blind magistrate Sir John Fielding investigates corruption and murder in the seaside town of Deal, which has become a haven for smugglers.
Publisher: New York : G.P. Putnam's Sons, c2001.
ISBN: 9780425186909
0425186903
9780399147746
0399147748
Branch Call Number: FIC/Alexa 6173mb 1
Characteristics: 247 p.

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Apr 25, 2015

The 8th book in the Sir John Fielding series pulls in Black Jack Bilbo and Jimmy Bunkins as well as several Bow Street Runners. Sir John is asked to investigate charges against the magistrate in the town of Deal, on the coast of the English Channel. This becomes a major project to defeat the local "Owling Trade" (smuggling) and solve several murders. Clarissa participates, because Lady Fielding is nursing her sick mother, so Clarissa cannot be left on her own. She contributes substantially to the gathering of information. Altogether this was a very entertaining book and several avenues of further developments have opened by the end of it.

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