Butchery: A Mystery of Tudor London by Kenneth Browning
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
It's 1550 London, England, a time of political and religious upheaval. When a brutally murdered body is discovered in the butcher area of London, tension starts to rise and the sheriff Sir John York employs parish constable George Harwood and his friend Thomas Whyte, to investigate.
I really enjoyed the writing style and the story, with its believable and mostly likable characters. Disappointed to not find a sequel.
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