Superb. . . . Gregory again proves adept at weaving a plot complicated enough to be baffling but not so intricate as to become confusing
As in her previous chronicles, the author blends meticulous historical data into a well-paced, hard to put down story. This one is especially intriguing since every logical choice of culprit pans out until the last moment. A first-rate treat for mystery lovers!
Gregory's obvious command of period detail convincingly transports the reader to England in 1358...a very satisfactory addition to this series