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Review #1

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I somehow got the 16th book in the series and got about 3 chapters in. Discovering there was quite a bit of distance between that one and the first, I put that one down and got this one. Happily working my way forward. Someone made a comment about sex in either one or all, nope. Not so anyone would notice. Lots of interesting twists and a hero who won’t back down, weak knee or no.

Review #2

The Hanover Square Affair audiobook Series Captain Lacey

The characters were rich and well-developed, the plot is fast engrossing, and you cannot help but adore him.

Captain Lacey is an honorable military officer. Having been wounded and tortured in the past, he has developed empathy for others and used his own expertise to solve puzzles.

Overall great reading, I would recommend this book to anyone who like historical mysteries.

Review #3

Audiobook The Hanover Square Affair by Ashley Gardner

Retired Captain Gabriel Lacey is a man with issues. His biggest issue is his sense of melancholia. It colors every part of his life. It also makes some of his decisions less than good ones.

He has a very strong sense of right and wrong. And his courage and willingness to face danger are the qualities which made him a hero in the Peninsular Wars.

One evening, he comes across a disaster waiting to happen. An older man is pounding on the door of a home belonging to a powerful man. A small group of armed military men have arrived to try to get the man to leave. Things progress to the point the man is shot and Lacey arranges to get the man home.

All this activity leads to Lacey investigating. The man’s daughter and her maid disappeared a few weeks ago. Since then, there has been no sign of either of the young women.

The story takes the reader on quite a journey. We see the darkest and ugliest sides of London. One dark step leads to another. One disgusting character leads to the next.

Lacey is heroic, but also very foolish. He has a problem with keeping himself safe. Because of his impetuous nature, he regularly inserts himself into dangerous situations.

The first part of the story moves rather slowly, but before too long the reader is moving along at a good pace.

I liked the story. It is well written. I am a fan of mysteries and this one is a good one.

Lacey is surrounded by various characters who add a great deal to the story.

There are villains who have no redeeming characteristics. There are people whose lives have been controlled by the very nature of the times. There are people whose good deeds are colored by a “what’s in it for me” attitude.

Most of the characters are not people anyone can truly admire. Lacey is admirable, but he also can be rather a jerk. I guess that may be part of his charm.

All in all, this is an entertaining mystery with a good plot and well developed characters.

Review #4

Audio The Hanover Square Affair narrated by James Gillies

A very enjoyable story well told. Characters kept you entertained and guessing throughout the entire book while giving you a glimpse of what life was like for the different classes in England at that time.

Review #5

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This is the first in this series I have read. No doubt intended to whet the appetite, this was free on Kindle Unlimited, with those that follow available at a very reasonable price.

I am a big fan of C. S Harris’ series of Sebastian St Cyr Mysteries, which are set later in George IV’s rule. And there are similarities in both authors work. The inequality of the classes is justly highlighted. As is the desperate plight of those born or reduced to poverty.

With the justice system still in it’s infancy, those with position and power walk with impunity. It is left to individuals to make a difference. In this case an honourable Captain, a veteran of the Napoleonic wars, injured in both body and mind.

Captain Lacey is an interesting character. A military career cut short. He is trying to find a purpose while struggling with the demons of his past. He decides to investigate the case of a missing girl and eventually uncovers a web of conspiracy and corruption. He discovers new purpose and with the aid of a good friend and old acquaintances, justice, of a sort, is delivered…

Overall, I really enjoyed this novel. Clearly a lot of research has gone into it. Those expecting Bridgerton should look elsewhere. If you like historical fiction from this period that does not gloss over the treatment of the poor, and females in particular, then you will appreciate this series.

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