The Blooding of Jack Absolute

by C. C. Humphreys

Action / Adventure / Spy / Espionage Historical Fiction

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The second in the Jack Absolute series this time as a prequel to the 1st book, Jack Absolute. Brilliant Historical swashbuckling with plenty of damsels in various states of distress

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The brilliant prequel to JACK ABSOLUTE...

London 1759 and Jack's life is easy. A scholar at Westminster School, a master with cricket bat or billiard cue, the leader of a gang of bucks about the Town, he has both a girl he worships …and a courtesan teaching him the more basic arts of love. Yet he plans to give up all carousing, sit the examinations for Cambridge, find a career in any field he chooses.

If he can just stay out of trouble for one night…

From the billiard halls and brothels of London to a clash of Empires on the Plains of Abraham, Jack life is forever altered by the tragedies of that night. Through duels, battles, frantic escapes and a brutal winter spent in a cave in Canada, Jack learns the truth of his father's words… as well as a dozen things to do with a dead bear. A year on, the schoolboy will vanish, a man appear.

But first he must learn to kill. To come of age, Jack Absolute must be blooded.

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ISBN: 9780752857053
Publication date: 20/01/2005
Publisher: Orion
Format: Hardback

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ISBN: 9780752857053
Publication date: 20th January 2005
Author: C. C. Humphreys
Publisher: Orion
Format: Hardback
Genres: Action Adventure / Spy, Historical Fiction,
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About C. C. Humphreys

C.C. Humphreys is an actor, playwright, fight choreographer and novelist.‘My first job out of school was as a motorcycle messenger, based in St Giles, where much of Plague and Fire takes place. It was a ghastly slum in 1665, and thousands died horribly there in the Great Plague. And much of this area suffered during The Great Fire of London in 1666. I think many Londoners have a deep-buried memory of the devastating things that have happened to their city. Walking those streets again, it’s not hard to sense the bones just below the paving stones.’...

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