Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
It's London, 1920. Newly demobilized soldiers have flooded the capital's streets but an ungrateful country isn't ready for them. Harry Costello has returned from the horrors of the Somme to no job, no money and no prospects. Desperate times demand desperate measures and when an opportunity to burgle a house presents itself, Harry seizes the chance. But things don't go quite to plan... More
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nancyrae reviewed on Aug. 25, 2014

First, a minor whine: editors should spell check. Okay, now the good stuff. This short story is well written, entertaining, great characters and engaging details. Definite have to find more John Milton.
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Rhoda D'Ettore reviewed on March 10, 2014

Very intelligetn writer ... the characters come alive. I hate reading things that are not well researched, especially historical pieces, but this author really knew his stuff! Made me think, and gave awesome imagery!
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Jarod Wilson reviewed on Jan. 18, 2014

This was an incredibly entertaining novelette. Characters were interesting and believable. It took me a little over an hour to read and made my daily reading quite enjoyable. I have already gotten the first novel in the Soho Series and will be moving through it shortly. I will definitely have to check out Dawson's John Milton series as well.
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