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The Last Confession of Thomas Hawkins In a new Georgian era mystery by Antonia Hodgson, the follow up to The Devil in the Marshalsea, Tom Hawkins prays for a royal pardon as he relives the espionage, underground dealings, and murder accusations that sent him to the gallowsLondon,Tom Hawkins is headed to the gallows, accused of murder Gentlemen don t hang and Tom s damned if he ll be the first He may not be much of a gentleman, but he is innocent He just always finds his way into a spot of bad luck It s hard to say when Tom s troubles began He was happily living in sin with his beloved, Kitty Sparks though their neighbors were certainly less pleased about that He probably shouldn t have told London s most cunning criminal mastermind that he was bored and looking for adventure Nor should he have offered to help the king s mistress in her desperate struggles with a brutal and vindictive husband And he definitely shouldn t have trusted the calculating Queen Caroline She s promised him a royal pardon if he holds his tongue, but then again, there is nothing silent than a hanged man Now Tom must scramble to save his life and protect those he loves But as the noose tightens, his time is running out


10 thoughts on “The Last Confession of Thomas Hawkins

  1. Diane S ☔ Diane S ☔ says:

    This book was an impulse grab from my library, felt like something I might be in the mood to read Saw this was the second in series, hadn t read the first but I ended up really enjoying this story We first see Thomas


  2. Phrynne Phrynne says:

    I really enjoyed Thomas Hawkins in his first book, The Devil in the Marshalsea, and he is just as wayward and charming in this, his second outing He seems to suffer a lot from bad timing as well as being a pretty bad judge


  3. Susan Susan says:

    Having really enjoyed, The Devil in the Marshalsea, I was pleased to have the opportunity to read the second Tom Hawkins adventure Hawkins is now living in London with Kitty Sparks, at the bookshop she inherited The Cocked Pistol


  4. Katy Noyes Katy Noyes says:

    When I first ordered this, I didn t realise it was a sequel to Hodgson s debut The Devil in the Marshalsea , and I was quite pleased that I d be renewing my acquaintance with some characters I thoroughly enjoyed first time around But f


  5. Christine Christine says:

    Hooray I seriously think I want to travel in a TARDIS back to 1728 and meet Tom Hawkins Obviously I don t want the insanitary conditions, poor hygiene and smells But I m in love with the period Give me the gin shops and the taverns NOW Hawki


  6. Barb Barb says:

    I have to admit that the first several times I picked up this book I ended up falling asleep I don t know what my problem wasmaybe I was just staying up too late, because when I settled in to give this book another try I was pleased and impressed


  7. Benjamin Thomas Benjamin Thomas says:

    Thomas Hawkins is a rake, a scoundrel, and over fond of liquor and low company But he s an affable rogue and tends to find himself caught up in scandalous affairs and forced into dangerous predicaments But is he a murderer Virtually the entire town of L


  8. Kate Forsyth Kate Forsyth says:

    The Confession of Thomas Hawkins is the sequel to The Devil in the Marchelsea, which I read and loved last year Thomas Hawkins is a brilliant creation flawed and yet so likeable The son of a parson, he spends his day drinking and gambling and falling into tro


  9. Marguerite Kaye Marguerite Kaye says:

    Really great, every bit as good as the first Steeped in Georgian filth, wrapped around true events, with some rumbustious characters Rowlandson would have loved this is a fantastic series at least do hope there s a book three in the pipeline Thomas has not long bee


  10. Claire Claire says:

    A huge achievement Book 2 is every bit as wonderful as Book 1 And I have a big crush on Thomas Hawkins.


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