The King's Evil - Edward Marston Reviews
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by - written on 23/11/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
Historical mysteries combine two of my favourite genres, those of history and crime. In this genre some historical periods seem to be less popular than others, the Restoration being one of them. In this series which begins with the Great Fire of London, Edward Marston introduces two very different detectives: the charming Christopher Redmayne, working as an architect to rebuild the ruined city, and Jonathan Bale, a constable with decidedly puritanical leanings. Synopsis: Christopher Redmayne and Jonathan Bale are hardly like-minded individuals being almost polar opposites in every aspect of their lives. They first meet following the Great ... Read the complete review
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