Hoare and the matter of treason

by Wilder Perkins

Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books in New York

Written in English
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  • Great Britain

Subjects:

  • Great Britain. Royal Navy -- Officers -- Fiction.,
  • Hoare, Bartholomew (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.,
  • Government investigators -- Fiction.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- George III, 1760-1820 -- Fiction.

Edition Notes

StatementWilder Perkins.
GenreFiction.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3566.E6914867 H625 2001
The Physical Object
Pagination215 p. ;
Number of Pages215
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6787983M
ISBN 10031227291X
LC Control Number00045772
OCLC/WorldCa45243212

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The third and final Hoare historical mystery is a great homage to the late Wilder Perkins. The story line is filed with action as Hoare struggles between his conflicting dilemmas.

Hoare remains heroic and the appearances of real people add to the Regency era background of the novel/5(8). Deadly treason threatens the government and Hoare personally when his new wife and his ward are kidnapped and he must gamble for their lives.

The appearance of historical (Jane Austen) and legendary (Horatio Hornblower) characters enhances the pleasure/5(8). With a painstaking attention to authenticity, Perkins has delighted readers of naval historical fiction.

But, unfortunately for us all, he is also the late Wilder Perkins, and Hoare and the Matter of Treason is the last book of the too-short s: 1. In this final book of the series, Hoare is living on land with his wife and adopted daughter and trying to ferret out a traitor in the high levels of the Admiralty.

Hardcover, pages Published April 1st by Thomas Dunne Books (first published March )/5(3). With a painstaking attention to authenticity, Perkins has delighted readers of naval historical fiction. But, unfortunately for us all, he is also the late Wilder Perkins, and Hoare and the Matter of Treason is the last book of the too-short : Wilder Perkins.

Deadly treason threatens the government and Hoare personally when his new wife and his ward are kidnapped and he must gamble for their lives. The appearance of historical (Jane Austen) and. With a painstaking attention to authenticity, Perkins has delighted readers of naval historical fiction.

But, unfortunately for us all, he is also the late Wilder Perkins, and Hoare and the Matter of Treason is the last book of the too-short series. New York: St. Martin's Press, First Edition. Hardcover. pp; third and last in the series featuring Captain Bartholomew Hoare.

As New / as new. Item # ISBN: X. Read book online. Wilder Perkins. Hoare and the matter of treason. Annotation. Contents. Chapter I 1. Chapter II 2. Chapter III 3. Chapter IV 4. Chapter V 5. Chapter VI 6. Chapter VII 7. Chapter VIII 8.

Chapter IX 9. Chapter X Chapter XI   Deadly treason threatens the government and Hoare personally when his new wife and his ward are kidnapped and he must gamble for their lives. The appearance of historical (Jane Austen) and legendary (Horatio Hornblower) characters enhances the pleasure/5(6).

With a painstaking attention to authenticity, Perkins has delighted followers of the late Patrick O'Brien's work. But, unfortunately for us all, he is also the late Wilder Perkins, and Hoare and the Matter of Treason is the last book of the too-short series. Fantasy Fiction Mystery Historical Fiction.

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Martin's Publishing Group. Perkins created a marvelous character in Bartholomew Hoare, a brilliant naval officer in King George III's navy who could not be promoted to Author: Wilder Perkins.

Captain Bartholomew Hoare Series. 3 primary works • 3 total works. Bartholemew Hoare, a British Navy officer wounded in the throat during the Napoleanic Wars of the early s, and assigned to espionage duties: Book 1. Hoare and the Matter of Treason. by Wilder Perkins.

With a painstaking attention to authenticity, Perkins has delighted readers of naval historical fiction. But, unfortunately for us all, he is also the late Wilder Perkins, and Hoare and the Matter of Treason is the last book of the too-short : St.

Martin's Publishing Group. Hoare and the matter of treason. [Wilder Perkins] -- A newly married Bartholomew Hoare combs the back streets of London to uncover a conspiracy against the Crown. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Wilder Perkins made his home in Easton, Maryland. He completed this book shortly before his death in Wilder Perkins made his home in Easton, Maryland.

He completed Hoare and the Matter of Treason shortly before his death in Brand: St. Martin''s Publishing Group. book is a different medium: here the author can express himself without the usually stringent limitations of time and space; it gives him the opportunity of revealing himself more intimately and of covering a topic of wider span, opportunities of which Tony Hoare has made the best use we could hope for.

Title: Hoare and the Matter of Treason: A Maritime Mystery Featuring Captain Bartholomew Hoare Author(s): Wilder Perkins ISBN: X / (USA edition) Publisher: Minotaur Books Availability: Amazon Amazon UK Amazon CAAuthor: Wilder Perkins.

Captain Edward Hoare in his book, printed at London inentitled "Early History and Genealogy of the Families of Hore and Hoare," is much more positive in his assertions respecting this line of descent from Robert of Risford, but is unable to give the authority of records to vouch for his conclusions; and the many grave inaccuracies of his.

But Hoare's quick brain and extraordinary perspicacity have so impressed his superiors that he has been entrusted not only with the smallest ship and the oddest crew In the Royal Navy, but with state and military duties of great secrecy. As this book opens, Hoare's wedding to the impressive young widow Mrs.

Eleanor Graves is taking place. In the third Hoare book, Hoare and the Matter of Treason, which I have not yet read, Hoare encounters Horatio Hornblower, a clerk named Cratchit (presumably.

There's treason and skullduggery afoot in Perkins's second novel featuring the redoubtable Captain Bartholomew Hoare. At the story's start, Hoare, whose voice has been reduced to a permanent.

Perkins' next Hoare maritime mystery, "Hoare and the Headless Captains," was recently acquired by Thomas Dunne/St. Martin's Press. Perkins recently completed the third book of the series, tentatively titled, "Hoare and the Matter of Treason."/5(5).

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Captain Bartholomew Hoare has 6 entries in the series. Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and videos from thousands of public libraries worldwide. Hoare and the Matter of Treason Captain Bartholomew Hoare (Series) Book 3 Wilder Perkins Author (). The second (and, sadly, penultimate) volume in the series of maritime mysteries set during the Napoleonic Wars and featuring British Royal Navy officer Bartholomew Hoare, who in his first outing (Hoare and the Portsmouth Atrocities, ) was grievously wounded in : Wilder Perkins.

Hoare's son Chris Hoare wrote a biography on his famous and infamous father, titled 'Mad Mike' Hoare: The Legend, available via Death [ edit ] Hoare died of natural causes on 2 February in a care facility in Durban at the age of Born: 17 March (age ), Calcutta.

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The bulk of the book is a long chapter on the trial of William Joyce, the Irish-American who spent the war years in Berlin, broadcasting Nazi propaganda as “Lord Haw Haw”.

West is a very good writer, so her account of Joyce and the others is more than just the story of a trial.3/5(8). - Hoare and the Frog Prince: Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, February Horatio Hornblower: - Hoare and the Headless Captains: novel: Aubrey–Maturin Richard Bolitho: - Hoare and the Matter of Treason: novel: Horatio Hornblower Sherlock Holmes A Christmas Carol The Maltese Falcon.

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2 English Sources of the Law of Treason 3 Treason Down to the Constitution 4 Treason and the Constitution 5 Treason Under the Constitution 6 Treason Cases and Doctrine, Appendix Index