[book review]: PF Chisholm, A Famine of Horses

cover famine of horsesPF Chisholm, A Famine of Horses (London:  Head of Zeus, 2016)

This was a promising start to a series by Chisholm, who also writes as Patricia Finney. Although our hero is a historical figure, and some of his exploits are based on actual events, there was something refreshing and interesting about setting the novel so far from the usual world of court intrigue and plots to kill Elizabeth. Neither is our hero conventionally heroic, or handsome, or some kind of Elizabethan übermensch, as we see too often in historical fiction.

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