"The author reveals through a vivid, gripping narrative the fear, violence and chaos of that time. Will the assassin's wife have the power to alter the course of history? Read this book and find out."
Debut author Moonyeen Blakey is a force to be reckoned with. She has taken a young girl named Nan, someone very likeable, someone that I immedately felt for, and placed her in a dangerous world. A girl with visions, rejected by her own family and the community, with only a priest that listened to her and actually believed what she was saying.
An original story that brought an interesting view of the War of the Roses and the mystery surrounding the Princes in the Tower. I really like a story that does not focus on the main players but with background ones, in this case a fictional one along with main (real) players (Anne Neville being one, I had to read The Kingmaker's Daughter by Philippa Gregory as soon as I finished this book).
Definitely a author that I will be reading more of.