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The Last Queen of England [Read] ➭ The Last Queen of England By Steve Robinson – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk While on a visit to London, American genealogist Jefferson Tayte s old friend and colleague dies in his arms Before long, Tayte and a truth seeking historian, Professor Jean Summer, find themselves fo While on Queen of PDF º a visit to London, American genealogist Jefferson Tayte s old friend and colleague dies in his arms Before long, Tayte and a truth seeking historian, Professor Jean Summer, find themselves following a corpse ridden trail that takes them to the Royal Society of London, circa What to make of the story of five men The Last MOBI :Ê of science, colleagues of Isaac Newton and Christopher Wren, who were mysteriously hanged for high treason As they edge closer to the truth, Tayte and the professor find that death is once again in season A new killer, bent on restoring what he sees as the true, royal bloodline, is on the looseas is a Machiavellian heir Last Queen of PDF ↠ hunter who senses that the latest round of murder, kidnapping, and scandal represents an unmissable business opportunity The Last Queen of England is a racing thriller with a heart stopping conclusion It follows on from In the Blood and To the Grave but can be enjoyed as a stand alone novel.


10 thoughts on “The Last Queen of England

  1. Kylie D Kylie D says:

    Another enjoyable entry in the Jefferson Tayte Genealogical Mystery series, this one seeing JT back in London having dinner with friends, when his oldest friend and mentor is gunned down before him JT is immediately on the case, thinking that whatever his friend was working on was the cause of his death So with historian Jean Summer in tow JT investigates, finding a trail of bodies that goes back to 1708, when five members of the Royal Society Of London were hanged for high treason, a trail th Another enjoyable entry in the Jefferson Tayte Genealogical Mystery series, this one seeing JT back in London having dinner with friends, when his oldest friend and mentor is gunned down before him JT is immediately on the case, thinking that whatever his friend was working on was the cause of his death So with historian Jean Summer in tow JT investigates, finding a trail of bodies that goes back to 1708, when five members of the Royal Society Of London were hanged for high treason, a trail that could threaten the British Monarchy itself.I do really like these books, non stop action, history and genealogy all mixed in together in an intriguing mix JT is a wonderful, realistic character, and delving through the past with him is a pleasure I m now looking forward to the next book in the series Recommended


  2. Steve Robinson Steve Robinson says:

    I m the author of this book.


  3. Kath Middleton Kath Middleton says:

    American genealogist and man of mystery Jefferson Tayte has a rather different and muchpersonal assignment in this latest book Steve Robinson has previously given us a past and a present narrative, woven together with great skill, but this time the action all takes place in present day London His friend Marcus Brown has been tracing the families of five people hanged in the reign of Queen Anne and JT and a history professor friend of Marcus Brown s become embroiled in the spin off, poten American genealogist and man of mystery Jefferson Tayte has a rather different and muchpersonal assignment in this latest book Steve Robinson has previously given us a past and a present narrative, woven together with great skill, but this time the action all takes place in present day London His friend Marcus Brown has been tracing the families of five people hanged in the reign of Queen Anne and JT and a history professor friend of Marcus Brown s become embroiled in the spin off, potentially fatally It s wonderful to get closer to the true feelings of our loner hero and to feel his passion for his subject and for his friend Marcus We also feel him grappling with his own insecurities, his shyness, his social ineptitude, as he warms to a new friend.Steve Robinson takes a slightly different tack with this new book in that he takes the reader through a historical puzzle which is intriguing and complex His story telling abilities are as sharp as ever and JT doesn t work this job alone We are introduced to an intelligent and feisty companion for this story We are in the realms of major conspiracy theory here and I do love a conspiracy theory It s not the sort of puzzle with a pat answer and we have loose threads left at the end which hint of further intrigue to come I, for one, can t wait


  4. Cindy Cindy says:

    This is the third Jefferson Tayte genealogy themed mystery book in the series This time Tayte doesn t have an American client whose family tree he is researching, but rather is visiting his friend in London, when his friend is killed and he finds himself following the trail of his friend s research Like both the other books in the series, the writing is excellent characters and settings feel real, dialogue sounds genuine, the pace was great Tayte is a great character, and I can t wait to fin This is the third Jefferson Tayte genealogy themed mystery book in the series This time Tayte doesn t have an American client whose family tree he is researching, but rather is visiting his friend in London, when his friend is killed and he finds himself following the trail of his friend s research Like both the other books in the series, the writing is excellent characters and settings feel real, dialogue sounds genuine, the pace was great Tayte is a great character, and I can t wait to find out what surprises his own family tree holds For my taste, it was a little too much action and not enough genealogy and research, compared to the other two books I also missed the overlapping points of view of those researching in the present and those living the history in the past If I hadn t read those two first and LOVED them so much , I wouldn t be spoiled and would probably give this one five stars Nevertheless, I was completely engrossed, and couldn t put it down, and would absolutely recommend the whole series In fact, it boggles the mind that these are so low priced, when there are so many full priced books out there not nearly as entertaining


  5. B J Burton B J Burton says:

    Find an eye catching historical fact such as Queen Anne experiencing 18 pregnancies, but having no child live beyond the age of eleven and none survive her discover that a group of respected intellectuals were executed towards the end of her reign under mysterious circumstances create a conspiracy theory that proof of the invalidity of the current monarchy, having been passed down the generations, is about to be used by republican sympathisers, and we should have the basis of a very readable Find an eye catching historical fact such as Queen Anne experiencing 18 pregnancies, but having no child live beyond the age of eleven and none survive her discover that a group of respected intellectuals were executed towards the end of her reign under mysterious circumstances create a conspiracy theory that proof of the invalidity of the current monarchy, having been passed down the generations, is about to be used by republican sympathisers, and we should have the basis of a very readable novel So it proves I enjoyed this action packed thriller set against the background of a murderous genealogical mystery that has to be solved within tight deadlines After surviving numerous attempts on his life through three novels, Mr Tayte is proving as hard to kill as James Bond May he last as long


  6. David Highton David Highton says:

    A genealogical plot about a potential conspiracy in 1700 about the line of succession of the British monarchy an overly complex plot with multiple players then follows a series of murders, turning into a violent thriller where genealogy seems only a bit part Not was good as his previous book, in my view.


  7. Frenchie Frenchie says:

    The Last Queen of England is one of the books chosen for September, in the Book Club I belong to here on GRs L E Bookclub What a book I cannot say I understood it all how they worked out the ahnentafel and the various anagrams so fast but I have learned a lot of things about British History just by reading it You can see that the author has made a laborious research to have an accurate story Oh my, this is conspiracy theory at its best I will not go into details with the plot, The Last Queen of England is one of the books chosen for September, in the Book Club I belong to here on GRs L E Bookclub What a book I cannot say I understood it all how they worked out the ahnentafel and the various anagrams so fast but I have learned a lot of things about British History just by reading it You can see that the author has made a laborious research to have an accurate story Oh my, this is conspiracy theory at its best I will not go into details with the plot, but lets say that this is one of the best thought conspiracy I have read lately.I also like the fact that Tayte is not a beefy, 6 packs hero and Jean, the professor, is not described like an Hollywood startlet I also liked Detective Fable.This book is so authentic and real It seems to me that either it finished on a slight cliffhanger, or, the theme will be back with the same people in another stories There are a few loose end, like devious, slimy Michel Levant Oh, he is gross not gross as in disgusting but gross as in unbelievable big headed and self conceited I have just realised that this is book 3 of the series, I will have to read now book 1 In the Blood By reading the reviews, it will be another brilliant read


  8. Jud Jud says:

    This is definitely one of the best books I have read all year I am becoming a huge fan of JT and I am eagerly awaiting his next adventure already JT is in London and meeting up with an old friend, who is attempting to set him up with a history expert Jean It is after their meeting that things start going terribly wrong, both JT and Jean are in danger and to figure it out who is behind it JT and Jean have to delve into both history and genealogy to get to the root of the scandal and if possib This is definitely one of the best books I have read all year I am becoming a huge fan of JT and I am eagerly awaiting his next adventure already JT is in London and meeting up with an old friend, who is attempting to set him up with a history expert Jean It is after their meeting that things start going terribly wrong, both JT and Jean are in danger and to figure it out who is behind it JT and Jean have to delve into both history and genealogy to get to the root of the scandal and if possible, try to predict the culprits next move This isthan hidden family secrets, if JT does not get the answers in time, people die.Robinson keeps the excitement high in this story so you never leave the edge of your seat, I couldn t put it down and read it much quicker than I expected to because it is just THAT good.If you buy this you won t be disappointed, especially if you have read the previous 2 books in the series


  9. Connie Connie says:

    The author is getting better This is the third book in the series JT Tayte uses his genealogical skills to solve a puzzle amongst murder and mayhem I hope there is at least onein the series, as I want to know what is in the safe deposit box that will solve his biggest mystery of all I bought these books on my Kindle I needed something that was not too expensive to buy and a fast read I have read other genealogical mysteries Again, I enjoyed the journey.


  10. Sarah Sarah says:

    The Last Queen of England is the 3rd in the Genealogical Crime Mystery series, and I enjoyed every minute I spent reading it Not only was the historical aspect interesting and enlightening, but Jefferson Tayte s genealogical investigation and his attempts to get away from the criminals were truly breath taking I m glad I discovered this author, and hope he writes manynovels.


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