This latest blog is an advertorial piece about the Highwaypersons Series from Geoffrey Monmouth.

The Highwaypersons Series by Geoffrey Monmouth is a must-read for lovers of historical fiction and thrilling adventures.

This gripping four-part saga takes readers on an unforgettable journey through 18th-century Britain, weaving tales of mystery, danger, romance, and rebellion that will keep you captivated from beginning to end.

Highwaypersons: Debts and Duties

The first book, Highwaypersons: Debts and Duties, introduces us to a brother and sister duo from Rhondda Valley, Wales.

Driven to crime to pay their father’s debts and secure his release from prison, their lives unexpectedly turn when they cross paths with a beguiling widow.

Their mission to recover stolen letters plunges them into a murder investigation, leading them from Cardiff to Scotland via London and Lancashire.

Set against the backdrop of the Jacobite rebellion of 1715, this story of intrigue and adventure will leave you eager for more.

Highwaypersons, Book II: The King’s Justice

In the second part of the series, The King’s Justice, our protagonists continue their daring escapades.

Their search for a missing husband and their quest to find their friend’s killer takes them from Cardiff to London, Cardigan, and even the Hague.

Along the way, they are aided and hindered by the enchanting aristocratic widow, Helen, and her fiery rival, Megan.

Amidst elaborate scams, political plots, and shocking revelations about the slave trade, readers are treated to a riveting blend of murder mystery, swashbuckling adventure, and romance against a rich historical backdrop.

Highwaypersons Book III: The Stallion Man

The third instalment, The Stallion Man, sees former highwayman Captain Billy Rhys embarking on a covert mission to investigate the death of a friend and a plot to place James Stewart on the throne.

Under the guise of a groom, Billy navigates the castles and manor houses of Pembrokeshire, encountering familiar faces and dangerous enemies.

As tensions rise and the authorities falter, the women in Billy’s life fall to rescue him and the kingdom.

The Stallion Man is a thrilling blend of murder mystery, high-stakes adventure, and bawdy romp set against a lesser-known historical event.

Highwaypersons Book IV: Blood in the Heather

The final book, Blood in the Heather: Rumours, Rebels and Rogues, is a fitting conclusion to this epic saga.

With London rife with rumours of another Jacobite rebellion, Captain Billy Rhys is tasked with investigating potential unrest.

Meanwhile, the beautiful but tempestuous widow, Helen de Clare, finds herself amidst new friends and old enemies in the Highlands.

As they separately uncover plans for an imminent rebellion and evidence pointing towards the identity of a murderer, Billy and Helen must race against time to prevent an ambush and the escape of a killer.

This concluding instalment is a swashbuckling adventure, a whodunit, and a romance all rolled into one.

Why should you read the Highwaypersons Series from Geoffrey Monmouth?

Geoffrey Monmouth’s Highwaypersons Series masterfully combines historical accuracy with spell-binding narratives, creating a world in which readers can lose themselves.

Each book is a stand-alone story, yet together they form an intricate tapestry of love, betrayal, intrigue, and adventure.

Whether you’re a history buff, a thrill-seeker, or a hopeless romantic, the Highwaypersons Series promises a reading experience that you won’t soon forget.

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