Tall, dark, elegant and tough, Blackstone grew up in the roughest slums of London. He now rubs shoulders with high society as easily as he moves among the thieves, whores and cut-
Blackstone receives a challenge from the mysterious 'Diddiki' that they will break into the bullion vaults of the Bank of England. Suddenly he is faced with a dilemma: a pretty girl implores him to rescue her 13-
Blackstone Underground is the fifth Blackstone novel.
"An exciting new hero has just made his bow-
"A welcome return."
Homes and Gardens
"An exciting series."
“Blackstone while trying to decide how to orchestrate the escape of a young lad from Newgate before he is hung, is being taunted by 'The Diddiki' that they can break into the vaults of the Bank of England at a prearranged time and the Bow Street Runners cannot stop them. An enjoyable well-
Susan Meikle (Reviewer)
“A peek into life on the streets of London in the 19th century, I was captivated by the storyline. Intriguing, thrilling, and entertaining.”
"An overall well written story. I enjoyed reading it."
Melanie Kimble (Reviewer)
“Falkirk writes like a dream; lean, tense with an air of historical accuracy. This six book series starring Blackstone is an undiscovered gem.”
Andrew Eichner (Reviewer)