The Jug & Hare Bathhouse: Book 1 by Graham Williams

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  • Print length 😕186 pages
  • Publisher 😕Michael Terence Publishing (9 Mar. 2019)
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  • Language: 😕English

The Jug & Hare Bathhouse: Book 1 by Graham Williams

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The book deals with a timeless subject, which is as relevant today as it was at the time of King James ? the abduction and sexual abuse of children. It is handled sensitively and a distinction is drawn between same-sex, loving partnerships and the cruel use of children bought and sold for the sexual gratification of often wealthy ?clientele?.

The story and plot are exciting and well-balanced, with the right amount of tension to make you want to keep on reading. There is a real sense of being in London in the reign of King James and an atmospheric feeling about the taverns, shops and streets as well as the bathhouse itself, all linked to the river Thames and famous theatres of the time. The characters are great and very believable and the action scenes well-written and full of high adventure. It also comes to an uplifting and optimistic conclusion, with some surprising and joyful twists.