Review: The Magician’s Death

The Magician's Death (Hugh Corbett, #14)The Magician’s Death by Paul Doherty

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Old foes, multiple murders by multiple perpetrators, and international intrigue all combine to in this volume in the ongoing adventures of Sir Hugh Corbett, Keeper of the Secret Seal, and his companions.

As always, the weaving of a wonderful mystery and grand narrative into the historically accurate theatre of the early 14th century marks this mystery out as a wonderfully engaging yarn, with the solution catching the reader unawares right up to the very end.

Thoroughly and very highly recommended.

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