Jack Blackjack stands accused of killing a priest in the wickedly entertaining new Bloody Mary Tudor mystery.
April, 1555. A priest has been stabbed to death in the village of St Botolph, his body left to rot by the roadside – and Jack Blackjack stands accused of his murder. As well as clearing his name, Jack has his own reasons for wanting to find out who really killed the priest – but this is an investigation where nothing is as it seems.
‘The improbably and delightfully humorous protagonist moves the story to a surprising conclusion.’
‘An enjoyable jaunt through mid-16th-century England… Fans of Elizabethan historicals will have fun’
‘Readers who enjoy the period details as much as the plot will be entertained.’