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The Hanover Square Affair (Captain Gabriel Lacey, Bk 1)
The Hanover Square Affair - Captain Gabriel Lacey, Bk 1
Author: Ashley Gardner
Cashiered cavalry officer Captain Gabriel Lacey of the 35th Light Dragoons lost much on the battlefield during the Peninsular Campaign. But he still retains his innate sense of right and wrong when faced with injustice... — Hanover Square is one of the wealthier neighborhoods of London, certainly not an area where one would expect a riot. However...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780425193303
ISBN-10: 0425193306
Publication Date: 12/2/2003
Pages: 272
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3.8 stars, based on 55 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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I have read everyone of these books in this historical regency mystery. Love the male point a view. Very highly recommended.
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Good start to a new series set in Regency England. Gives one the feeling of the time.
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First in a new series of Regency mysteries. It features a former Cavalry officer, Gabriel Lacey, who was injured in battle.
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First in historical mystery series, Captain Gabriel Lacy solves crimes.
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My impression after reading this book is a poor man's Sebastian St. Cyr (both literally and figuratively). There are too many parallels not to see the similarity between the two series: the main one being the main character's desire to see Justice (yes justice with a capital J) done especially after seeing too many horrors from the war.

However Hanover Square Affair doesn't have the same nuances, suspense, and historical intrigue that the Sebastian St. Cyr books have. That being said, it was an easy read, had some interesting bits. If you are looking for a Regency Era book, I would recommend reading the St. Cyr series by C.S. Harris. The history is much more prevalent, the characters are much more interesting, and the plots are more dynamic. If you've already read that series, and picked this up hoping for something similar, you might be a touch disappointed. It is interesting to compare and contrast the two though.

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