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The House on Hunter Street David Ebsworth

The House on Hunter Street By David Ebsworth

The House on Hunter Street by David Ebsworth


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Liverpool, 1911. Mysteries to be solved. Sectarian divides to be crossed. Scores to be settled. Justice to be won. Revenge to be savoured.

The House on Hunter Street Summary

The House on Hunter Street by David Ebsworth

Liverpool, 1911. The life of young Cari Maddox is already complicated enough. Holding together her fractious Welsh family...her suffragette's struggle for women's rights...her guilty secrets. And that's before the arrival of her deranged 'cousin', Tom Priddy. Then the plight of African Kru seaman, Amos Gartee, already on strike at the Harrington Dock. All this, and a River Mersey on the verge of revolution, of rebirth. Mysteries to be solved. Sectarian divides to be crossed. Scores to be settled. Justice to be won. Revenge to be savoured.

About David Ebsworth

David Ebsworth is the pen name of writer Dave McCall, a former negotiator and workers' representative for Britain's Transport & General Workers' Union. He was born in Liverpool but has lived in Wrexham, North Wales, with his wife Ann since 1981. Following his retirement, Dave began to write historical fiction in 2009 and has subsequently published ten novels: political thrillers set against the history of the 1745 Jacobite rebellion, the 1879 Anglo-Zulu War, the Battle of Waterloo, warlord rivalry in Sixth Century Britain, and the Spanish Civil War. His sixth book, 'Until the Curtain Falls' returned to that same Spanish conflict, following the story of journalist Jack Telford, and is published in Spanish under the title Hasta Que Caiga el Telon. Jack Telford, as it happens, is also the main protagonist in a separate novella, 'The Lisbon Labyrinth'. Dave's Yale Trilogy tells the story of intrigue and mayhem around nabob, philanthropist (and slave-trader) Elihu Yale - who gave his name to Yale University - but told through the eyes of his much-maligned and largely forgotten wife, Catherine.Each of Dave's novels has been critically acclaimed by the Historical Novel Society and been awarded the coveted B.R.A.G. Medallion for independent authors. The previous and tenth novel is the third of his stories about Jack Telford and takes Jack into the turmoil of the Second World War but through a series of real-life episodes, which are truly stranger than fiction. For more information on the author and his work, visit his website at www.davidebsworth.com.

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NPB9781800422230
9781800422230
1800422237
The House on Hunter Street by David Ebsworth
New
Paperback
SilverWood Books Ltd
2022-09-01
414
N/A
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