The Eighth Prisoner

Against the tumultuous background of events such as the Storming of the Bastille and the Women’s March on Versailles, three very different people – an ambitious Police Inspector, a dedicated but flawed priest and a young woman coming of age in a fast-changing world - are thrown together to struggle against time and a ruthless hidden enemy to solve an increasingly baffling series of murders. More

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  • Category: Fiction » Historical » General
  • Words: 120,300
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 9780463644164
About Ian Honeysett

I’m Ian Honeysett and I write historical crime fiction with an old college friend, Pete Stevens, with whom I wrote a number of comedy reviews when we were students at the Kent College for the Careers Service. Pete tells me we agreed that, when we retired, we would write books together. And that is what we have done. We share a love of history and murder (purely theoretical of course). Together we have written 4 historical novels set during the French Revolution and I’ve written a free novella (The Odd Fellow). I am also part of Godalming Writers' Group, based in my home-town of Godalming (Surrey, England) which has produced 2 books of short stories: Godalming Tales 1 & 2.
I am married to Jan. We have 3 children and live in Godalming, Surrey. My interests include travelling (well, I am retired), running quizzes, military history, parish work, editing a newsletter for laryngectomees, painting and playing the ukulele.

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