The Huntman’s Tale is the third instalment in the Oxford Murder Mystery series by Ann Swinfen. Learning from the previous one, there weren’t bodies laying around Oxford or mysteries to be solved. It was only the case of Emma running away from Godstow Abbey to get away from her stepfather. But as I said, the ending didn’t seem very conclusive. I think it’s temporary, and therefore, anything else can happen, especially if Sir Anthony is destined to die sometimes in this book or the following ones.
The Novice’s Tale is the second instalment in the Oxford Murder Mystery series by Ann Swinfen. By the title, I pretty much guess that my suspicion about something from the first book will be confirmed. I refrain from reading other reviews prior to reading this one because I’m afraid my suspicion will be prematurely confirmed. Whatever that means, Dee. I have learned from the first book that the title cannot mean that the novice kills someone.
With it’s magnificent cover, The Bookseller’s Tale can be a story about anything. Is this about a murder of a bookseller? Or the bookseller is the murderer? Is/are the murder(s) related to something about books?