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[Review] The Colour of Murder by Toni Mount

London is not safe for princes or commoners. In February 1478, a wealthy merchant is killed by an intruder and a royal duke dies at the Tower. Neither case is quite as simple as it seems. Seb Foxley, an intrepid … Continue reading

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[Review] The Colour of Cold Blood by Toni Mount

A devilish miasma of murder and heresy lurks in the winter streets of medieval London – someone is slaying women of the night. For Seb Foxley and his brother, Jude, evil and the threat of death come close to home … Continue reading

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[Review] The Colour Of Poison – Toni Mount

The narrow, stinking streets of medieval London can sometimes be a dark place. Burglary, arson, kidnapping and murder are every-day events. The streets even echo with rumours of the mysterious art of alchemy being used to make gold for the … Continue reading

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