Sea Change

Sea Change

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London 1721. William Spandrel, deeply in dept, is offered a discharge of his major liability by his principal creditor, Sir Theodore Janssen, a director of the recently collapsed South Sea Company. In return he must secretly convey a package to de Vries, a friend of Janssen's, in Amsterdam. The package delivered, Spandrel narrowly escapes an attempt on his life, only to be accused of the murder of de Vries himself. Then de Vries's secretary, his English wife and the package itself go missing. Spandrel realizes that he has become a pawn in a game involving many parties. Among others, British Government agents are on his trail, believing that the package contained secret details of the great South Sea financial scandal - secrets so explosive that they could spark revolution in England. Spandrel's only chance of survival is to find the package and place its contents in the right hands. But whose are the right hands and what exactly are the contents?show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • Transworld Publishers Ltd
  • Corgi Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0552210838
  • 9780552210836

About Robert Goddard

Robert Goddard was born in Hampshire. He read History at Cambridge and worked as an educational administrator in Devon before becoming a full-time novelist. His bestselling novels are: Past Caring, In Pale Battalions, Painting the Darkness, Into the Blue (winner of the first WH Smith Thumping Good Read Award and dramatized for TV in 1997, starring John Thaw), Take No Farewell, Hand in Glove, Closed Circle, Borrowed Time, Out of the Sun (a sequel to Into the Blue), Beyond Recall, Caught in the Light, Set in Stone, Sea Change, Dying to Tell, Days Without Number and Play to the more

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