The King's Deception

The King's Deception

Downloadable Audiobook - 2013
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Cotton Malone is back! A behind-the-scenes political fight between the United States and England has the unintended result of landing Cotton Malone's son, Gary, in the hands of a man with a dangerous personal agenda. It also forces Malone to come face-to-face with a baffling historical mystery: a long-buried secret that throws into question the legitimacy of the entire reign of Elizabeth I--a revelation with explosive modern-day consequences.
Publisher: [New York] : Books on Tape ; [Prince Frederick, Md.] : [Distributed by] OneClick Digital, 2013, 2013
Edition: Unabridged
ISBN: 9780449009031
Characteristics: 1 sound file (13 hr., 26 min.) : digital

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Sep 15, 2015

First time with this author & thought it was awful. Definitely off my lists.

Mar 03, 2014

Fanciful rewrite of English history... a concept that could have become a really good book but didn't.

Thin characters, silly dialogue (suggest a drinking game for every time a character says "spot of bother"), contrived lectures on the Tube about Kings Henry VII and VII (and their pals) and uneven plotting combine to make for a disappointing read/listen.

On the plus side, London-philes get lots of historical and geographical factoids.

Aug 24, 2013

Berry, the master of the action historical, explores the idea that Elizabeth I was really a man. Cotton Malone, now retired, is drawn into a case when he delivers a young man to the British while enroute to Copenhagen with his son, Gary. Berry leads his reader on an exciting chase that has the usual good guy ending. A great escape novel! I appreciate that the author always separates the historical facts from the fiction creations at the end of the book.


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