Sacred Treason - James Forrester Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755356039 / Paperback: 480 pages / Publisher: Headline Review / Published: 14 April 2011 / Language: English
Newest Review: ... a little time to get your head around - the idea that you are meant to be rooting for the Catholic sympathisers runs contrary ... more
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Until recently, the Matthew Shardlake novels of C J Sansom were pretty much the only Tudor-based thrillers available. Then along came S J Parris and Rory Clements. The fictional trio of Shardlake, Bruno and Shakespeare are now joined by a new colleague: William Harley, Clerenceux, King of Arms from historian Ian Mortimer writing under the pen name James Forrester. The year is 1563 and the threat of Catholic reprisals against the new Queen Elizabeth I appear to be everywhere. William Harley is given a book by a Catholic friend and told that the fate of two Queens depends on it. His friend is soon arrested by the authorities and killed, and Harley himself on the ... Read the complete review
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