The Scarlet Code - A Revolution Spy series (Paperback)
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The Scarlet Code - A Revolution Spy series (Paperback)

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Paperback 400 Pages / Published: 01/04/2021
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Amazon reviewers love The Scarlet Code!

'A rollicking good tale'

'Thoroughly enjoyable, highly recommend'


'Exciting, swashbuckling adventure'


'Everything you could want from an adventure thriller: excitement, a fabulously endearing heroine and pirate to fall in love with, a cruel killer and... well-written historical detail. Superb.'


1789. The Bastille has fallen...

As Parisians pick souvenirs from the rubble, a killer stalks the lawless streets. His victims are female aristocrats. His executions use the most terrible methods of the ancient regime.

English spy Attica Morgan is laying low in Paris, helping nobles escape. When her next charge falls victim to the killer's twisted machinations, Attica realises she alone can unmask him. But now it seems his deadly sights are set on her.

As the city prisons empty, and a mob mobilises to storm Versailles, finding a dangerous criminal is never going to be easy. Attica's only hope is to enlist her old ally, reformed pirate Jemmy Avery, to track the killer though his revolutionary haunts. But even with a pirate and her fast knife, it seems Attica might not manage to stay alive.

'A rip-roaring adventure' Tessa Harris on The Bastille Spy

Publisher: Atlantic Books
ISBN: 9781786498489
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 277 g
Dimensions: 198 x 129 x 24 mm
Edition: Main


MEDIA REVIEWS
A true treasure of a historical novel... Enjoyable and deeply satisfying with a rich array of characters and a sense of danger which lasts throughout. * Paul Doherty on The Bastille Spy *
A rip-roaring adventure with an exciting new heroine at its heart. * Tessa Harris on The Bastille Spy *
A sparkling extravaganza of a read - fast-paced, exciting and utterly gripping from explosive start to satisfying ending. Lively, intriguing [and] wonderful... I can't wait for the next one. * Joanna Courtney on The Bastille Spy *
Delicious, brilliant and totally absorbing. This pacy, atmospheric thriller... is absolutely unputdownable with its sharp, witty writing and spot on period description. * Carol McGrath on The Bastille Spy *

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“Fast paced, gripping and unique”

While I had the knowledge that this was not the very first book, it did not stop me enjoying this one and in fact I cannot wait to read the first one in the series now.

Throughout the writing is very good and altough... More

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“Excellent read”

Only have read a few pages of this book so far will I really enjoy it. can't wait to read more of this book it seems very interesting and has a good part of history to play was very disappointed to drawings that... More

Hardback edition
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Hungry Bookworm

“A enjoyable romp into adventure”

This was enjoyable for me, as I like Historical Fiction, but, I do seem to have the terrible habit of choosing and reading a book that is part of a series and, as with this one, it is book two.

I liked the writing,... More

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