The 4th Justin de Quincy medieval mystery. When my daughter finished it, she said, "O.K.! Where's the next one?"
This is a wonderful series and my mother, myself & my daughter are all waiting (somewhat impatiently) for SKP to continue Justin's adventures!
Apparently this is the last book in this series. I do not see it continued on Fantastic Fiction, even though the author states it will do so in the 'acknowledgements' at the end of this book.
While I enjoyed the series, as it stands, I found this book very different then the other three. The hero's relationship with various other characters undergoes significant change. I actually found this refreshing, as I was a little tired of the black vs. white or good vs. evil standards of a few of the previous books in this series. The now 'gray' area of relationships depicted in this book was more like real life.
Another enjoyable Penman romp through the medieval. Story was a bit hard to follow, thus the 4.5 stars.