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James McGee
James McGee grew up in Gibraltar, Germany, and Northern Ireland. He has worked in banking, newspapers, the airline industry and bookselling. He has travelled extensively in Europe, the United States, Australia and the Far East, but nowadays resides in Somerset, England.As well as being the... show more

James McGee grew up in Gibraltar, Germany, and Northern Ireland. He has worked in banking, newspapers, the airline industry and bookselling. He has travelled extensively in Europe, the United States, Australia and the Far East, but nowadays resides in Somerset, England.As well as being the author of the successful Matthew Hawkwood series of novels - Ratcatcher (US title: Hawkwood), Resurrectionist, Rapscallion, Rebellion and The Blooding - he has also written thrillers: Trigger Men, Crow's War and Wolf's Lair.His website is: http://www.jamesmcgee.uk
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Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 5 years ago
This would make a good movie or mini series. It is a thrilling mystery set in London. For some reason, however, it feels a little too long. Perhaps because all the women are uninteresting crones or sex objects.
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 7 years ago
James McGee takes us to the dark and murky streets of Napoleonic War-Era 19th Century London, England, and the reader is right there with all the sights, sounds, smells and feels of the period. I did not get a chance to read the first book, but I was thrilled to find this at the library, since a fr...
carey
carey rated it 9 years ago
Interesting stuff, although packed with too much flowery descriptions - he has done his homework well, the medical history stuff is great and he doesn't ram it down our throats. I liked the hero too.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 11 years ago
Sark stopped, sank to his knees and listened, but the only sounds he could hear were the pounding of his own heart and the rasping wheeze at the back of his throat as he fought desperately to draw air into his burning lungs.Been quite a while since I've hung around with Hawkwood.
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 11 years ago
G:mainline ficJames McGee - Resurrectionist. Home fraudio. This is the second in the series and if it's half way as good as the first (Ratcatcher) I shall be very pleased.OOOH but you need a strong tummy for this read but it is fun, I absolutely love it; even the gratuitous carnality can make you s...
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