An Experiment In Treason

An Experiment In Treason Sir John Fielding has trailed a packet of controversial letters from London to the colony of Massachusetts But when the suspect in the theft is found dead Sir John turns his eye on the possible invol

  • Title: An Experiment In Treason
  • Author: Bruce Alexander
  • ISBN: 9780425192818
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sir John Fielding has trailed a packet of controversial letters from London to the colony of Massachusetts But when the suspect in the theft is found dead, Sir John turns his eye on the possible involvement of Benjamin Franklin.

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  • Bruce Alexander

    Pseudonym of American journalist and author Bruce Cook.Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name Bruce Alexander Cook 1932 2003 was an American journalist and author who wrote under the pseudonym Bruce Alexander, creating historical novels about a blind 18th century Englishman and also a 20th century Mexican American detective.


  • Onvan : An Experiment In Treason (Sir John Fielding, #9) - Nevisande : Bruce Alexander - ISBN : 425192814 - ISBN13 : 9780425192818 - Dar 336 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2002

  • I love this series. Alexander never lets me down. A fun romp in 1770s London with murder, stolen letters, giant slave hunter, and all the while visiting with Benjamin Franklin. What else do you need?

  • Interesting to read the British point of view of the American Colonies complaints, but the human interactions seem very bland and one dimensional. Not as good as the previous books

  • #9 Sir John Fielding mystery in which Jeremy and Sir John become involved in a plot involving Benjamin Franklin and the American colonies. Someone has stolen a packet of letters from the home of a prominent member of Parliament, believed to be damning to certain British officials with regard to the rights of the Colonials. A footman was brutally coshed on the head and killed during the burglary, therefore it’s a murder case as well. Mr. Franklin is high on the suspect list as having hired cert [...]

  • AN EXPERIMENT IN TREASON – G+Bruce Alexander – 9th in seriesSir John Fielding, a blind, 18th-century London judge, and his orphan accomplice, Jeremy, get mixed up in pre-Revolutionary War intrigue when a packet of incendiary letters is stolen from the London residence of a prominent official, and turns up in the colony of Massachusetts. Why are the contents so controversial? Why has a suspect in the theft turned up dead? And what should Sir John do about his feeling that Benjamin Franklin hi [...]

  • I'm very fond of this series, but this was not the best Sir John Fielding in the set. As ever, the series characters are well drawn and develop nicely, but there are several plot elements left hanging. What's up, for example, with the experiment that opens the novel? It seems there should have been some follow up on that. And I'm not sure about the rapid development of the relationship between Jeremy and Clarissa, unless it's about to encounter some rough waters. And how the bad guy is dispatche [...]

  • The third book I have read in the Sir John Fielding Mystery, An Experiment in Treason includes several real life characters, including Benjamin Franklin, in a story of murder, torture and espionage. Jeremy Proctor, the young protégé of blind magistrate Sir John Fielding, narrates this story of stolen letters, state secrets, and odd Americans. The streets team with nefarious but engaging characters and Jeremy must help Sir John discover who is torturing and murdering those involved in the theft [...]

  • This one was about Ben Franklin, and the American revolution. It depended heavily on the others, and would have been hard to "get" without having read the previous ones. They are slow, and not so interesting as the earlier ones, perhaps because there is little new in them. I do enjoy the history, but there is not much of it.

  • The main storyline in this book was a bit slow and based on politics, missing letters, etc. So more or less a bit boring, but still full of humor and great dialogues. I liked this book because on Jeremy's active role. He is more and more a well developed character, and he got engaged to be engaged. That part was truly funny for me.

  • I like the portrayal of Ben Franklin as more of a dissolute rather than the paragon, father of America. A view of the American war for independence from the British side was interesting and it was about time Jeremy and Clarissa got together.

  • So, did I know before that Benjamin Franklin was in England at the time of the Boston Tea Party? Not sure I knew that! Fascinating book, intriguing plot! I will be sorry to see this series end--only two more books to go.

  • another good one - and jeremy finally figures out what we've known for some time!! woo hoo! i'm saddened, however, that there are only 2 more in this series and the author is deceased. another great series will soon come to an end. bummer dude.

  • Love the atmosphere of that period in England's history. Plot moves things along, and characters are interesting and developing well.

  • Nice that Mr. Alexander included a little bit of history in this story. Also, I'm happy that Jeremy and Clarissa finally get engaged.

  • It was completely coincidence that I grabbed this book to read while we were in Boston. What an appropriate choice it ended up being! Another great one in the series.

  • a fun series and this was no exception.As an American, I was a little chary of Franklin's honor, though I know he was no saint

  • The adventures of Sir John Fielding and his assistant Jeremy continue in this the ninth book in this highly entertaining series set in 18th century England.

  • My Rating System:* couldn't finish, ** wouldn't recommend, *** would recommend, **** would read again, ***** have read again.

  • Great background in the history of England and the colonies. Benjamin Franklin makes quite an appearance. I will definitely read other books in this series.

  • History abounds! Mr I mean Dr. Franklin--what were you thinking? :) Series is almost overI'm going to miss everyone on Grub Street!!!!!

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