Matthew Plampin
The Gun-Makerís Gift
Read by Lewis Hancock
Price: £56.00 CD (all prices +VAT)
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Spring, 1853. Legendary American entrepreneur and inventor Colonel Samuel Colt expands his gun-making business into England. His London secretary, Edward Lowry becomes romantically involved with Caroline Knox who is caught up in a plot to steal revolvers from the factory. Among the workforce is a gang of Irish immigrants who intend to use these six-shooters for a political assassination. As pistols go missing, divided loyalties and hidden agendas make the gun-makerís factory the setting for a tense story of intrigue, betrayal and murder.

What the critics say:

ĎPlampinís historical research is impressive, as is his command of detail - his true gift of descriptive powerí Ė Independent on Sunday

12 CD s
OCD 351 • 978-1-84648-879-5

Playing time: 14hrs 40mins

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