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on 13 September 2007
Michael Jecks is a superior story weaver who researches the history of the period exceedingly well. I was only introduced to his work last summer and had to catch up on on he had written. Note that I do a great deal of academic reading so it to a darn good story teller and historian to take me away from other works of a different genre. Both Jecks and Bernard Knight have given me many hours of pleasure both with their historical knowledge and ability to do terrific "who done it" where one is both entertained and doesn't necessarily know the answers to the plot after page three. Both of these authors are under rated and many readers are deprived of the joy of reading their works IMHO.