A Murderous Affair by Jonathan Digby
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
November 1588 and the body of a Portuguese nobleman Don Alphonos de Sousa. With evidence pointing to Sir Robert Rokesby, he charges his illegitimate brother John Lovat to investigate. Lovat is also persuaded to this endeavour by Sir Francis Walsingham.
Matters can only get more complicated as we have mystery and suspense, with a very likeable character in Lovat, and an enjoyable tale and a good writing style.
Hoping there is more to come
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