Review of ‘The Colour of Murder’ by Toni Mount

The Colour of Murder (Sebastian Foxley Medieval Mystery #5)The Colour of Murder by Toni Mount

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Toni Mount never disappoints. I love her style of writing and her characterisation. To say nothing of the plots, which are ingenious and exciting.
Her characters are so engaging, especially Sebastian Foxley and the descriptions of life in mediaeval London really bring it to life so that you feel you are really there. This one birngs in a reall historical mystery – that of the death of George, Duke of Clarence, Richard III’s brother. And as a Ricardian, Richard is portrayed in a positive light which is always great.
I can’t praise these books highly enough and my only complaint is that I read them so quickly (I can’t put them down) that I always seem to be waiting for the next one!

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