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Tom Blood Highwayman - rePrint 034

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Originally printed in 1962.

Accepting International orders.

Pages 202

Binding Perfect-bound Paperback

Interior Ink Black & white

Weight 0.3 lbs.

Dimensions (inches) 6 wide x 9 tall

The men behind bars in Dublin Gaol were innocent of wrongdoing—hostages, who would die like common felons at the end of the hangman's rope, unless Tom Blood could carry out his mission.

In England in 1669 a wave of sympathy had arisen for the people of Ireland, hunted and hounded as they had been for the past hundred years by Tudor greed and Cromwellian fanaticism, and Tom Blood found friends there who were sympathetic to his cause. But all their assistance could not save the Dublin prisoners if Tom Blood were late for his appointment.

The self-styled highwayman rode swiftly through the drizzling English countryside as the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland made preparations to return to Dublin to superintend the executions.

Transcribed by Kurt Brugel & Richard Fisher - 2019

Cover illustration by Kurt Brugel

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