Tyler juggles his characters, story wit and clever one liners with perfect balance
Stirring stuff, with lively repartee, from a master of the genre
An exciting, well-plotted and brilliantly witty historical mystery
L.C. Tyler [sets] sharply observed period detail against a witty, vividly characterised version of life in the 17th century
A cracking pace, lively dialogue, wickedly witty one-liners salted with sophistication . . . Why would we not want more of John Grey?
Tyler is a witty writer, and this third outing for Grey is great fun