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" Incomparable World conveys a wonderful sense of eighteenth-century London, with a Hogarthian reek ... an adventure story, an eighteen-century picaresque ... Remarkable" David Dabydeen

"Energectic, sharp and entertaining" Mail on Sunday

"Britain's Slave Trade stands out as an outstanding presentation of Britain's ugliest hours ... highly recomended" The Gleaner

"Convincing and informative, working as much as a piece of social history as fiction ... a thought provoking picture of individuals caught between worlds and the upheavels of history." The Times

" Historical fiction at its very best ... intelligent, engaging and exciting." Books for Keeps

Masterful storytelling with a constant undertone of menace. Well written, it succeeds as a story about a young man who finds himself as much as a story about slavery." Carousel

"... provides plenty for readers to think about; the question it raises are still pertinent today." Kate Agnew, The Guardian

"Exciting, tense ... Super stuff" Jill Murphy, The Book Bag



" Highly recommended" The School Librarian

Lambeth 1807 - A local history of the Abolition