A very readable and entertaining look at the British Highwayman of the 18th century, with digressions on social conditions and customs, the origin of place names, etc. A very good book for reading a bit at a time and returning to at your convenience, as the chapters pretty much stand alone. Quite a good read and highly informative.
FEATURED AUTHOR - Rob Kaufman's novels are known for having characters with whom people can relate, while at the same time, bringing them on a journey from which most people would crumble. His degree in Psychology was the first step toward getting beneath the surface of the people in his life. What followed was a lifelong search for what makes people tick – what forces them to become evil when deep down they are yearning for love. Rob’s characters walk this search with him, deep into the human psyche, creating… Read more