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1664. There is an electric air of foreboding on the streets of London. An atmosphere Thomas Chaloner fears will only take a small spark to ignite into another civil war.... 

The fifth adventure in the Thomas Chaloner series.

Thomas Chaloner has forged a living as spy to the Lord Chancellor, the Earl of Clarendon, since the early days of the Restoration. Now, in February 1664, he is aware of an undercurrent of restlessness on the streets of London. The coffee houses are thick with rumours. There is anger at the new laws governing church attendance and a deepening contempt for the loucheness of the court. And there is murder. 

The infamous church-smasher Dick Culmer is killed among the tottering, ramshackle buildings of London Bridge and Chaloner's investigations into the death link Culmer to a group of puritan conspirators. Further west, in the opulence of Somerset House and in the Palace of White Hall, Chaloner gradually realises that the ringleaders of a rebellion are planning an explosive climax to achieve their goals. Desperately racing against time, Chaloner is determined to thwart them - as determined as they are to prevent him revealing their true intentions.... 

©2009 Susanna Gregory (P)2021 Hachette Audio UK

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Enjoyable Insights Amongst the Intrigue

I continue to enjoy the Chaloner series, and the performer of this title was in good voice, though I would have liked more characterisation of new players in the stories. The very specific focus of a bridge over the Thames was welcome historically, so too the persisting factions of the civil war period - often overlooked. Chaloner is an attractive lead character. The series might benefit from tighter editing to make them shorter so increasing the pace of the plots. Whilst some of his may sound 'picky' I am committed to the series. New listeners can be recommended to the Chaloner adventures without reservation.