Death by Disputation by Anna Castle
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
It's March 1587 and Thomas Clarady who has been recruited as a spy by Francis Bacon is sent to Cambridge University, because of the rumours of reformation within the church. Tom's brief is to determine the extent, and the leaders, of the radical Protestants or Puritans. But the job starts off badly when he finds his chief informant dead.
A very enjoyable read, I like the style of writing and the believable characters.
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