As he is being transported for his crimes to Australia, it seems that Meakins' past actions have caught up with him. Or have they?
Meakins is determined to return to his native Somerset to wreak his revenge on his adversary Joshua Dryer, a circumstance that fills everyone living in Alvington Manor with dread.
Meakins is so determined to have his revenge that he cares little or nothing for the damage he causes to innocent victims who become entrapped and embroiled in his nefarious and wicked stratagems and plots for revenge.
The tale is a continuation of the stories of Meakins, Dryer and the contemporaries.
It is well researched -one could almost hear the creaking of the prison ship as it transports Meakins to his life in the prison colony- and it is an exciting and well-told tale steeped in the Somerset and Australia of the 19th century.
It is a tale of rogues, vagabonds, ladies and gentlemen of those exciting and distant times.
Does Meakins exact his revenge on Dryer?
Or does Lady Fate have a different and more fitting outcome for Nathan Meakins?
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