A warm Tudor Society welcome to historian and author Toni Mount and huge congratulations to her on the forthcoming release of her tenth Seb Foxley medieval murder mystery, a series I adore.
Toni is sharing a guest article with us to celebrate the publication of The Colour of Rubies…
In my tenth and latest Seb Foxley medieval murder mystery, The Colour of Rubies, the story requires our hero to go to Westminster Palace in order to discover a dead body – what else! Those familiar with my scribe/artist/sleuth will know that colour means everything to Seb so what better reason could he have for going to the royal palace with his brother, Jude, than to admire the beautiful stained glass in the Chapel of St Stephen?
I do love getting lost in a good historical novel, especially at this time of year when I can snuggle in front of the log burner under a blanket with a nice mug of hot chocolate. A novel that transports me to the 16th century is just prefect.
But how much do you know about Tudor-themed novels, series and authors?
Find out, and perhaps get some reading ideas, in this week’s quiz:
I’m just about to go on holiday so I’ve been busy putting books on my trusty kindle and it inspired me to share with you some recent Tudor history books, both fiction and non-fiction, and also some series to get stuck into.
May’s magazine is a celebration of the arrival of Summer … let the merriment begin!
Recent and forthcoming books for Spring 2015.