A Famine of Horses. A Season of Knives. A Surfeit of Guns.
Head of Zeus presents Elizabethan intrigue unfettered in a new omnibus: roguish courtiers, rival gangs, border raiders, treason, realpolitik and unbridled ambition.
P.F. Chisholm started writing at the age of 7, studied under her Hungarian novelist grandmother at 12, and was first published at 18. Her first novel, A Shadow of Gulls, won the David Higham Award for Best First Novel.
'A Chisholm novel will offer an unforgettable Elizabethan
pilgrimage' * Kirkus Reviews *
'A Chisholm novel will offer an unforgettable Elizabethan pilgrimage' * Kirkus Reviews *
'A lively, lifelike adventure that just happens to feature some of the most famous people in the history of drama' * Booklist *
'Full of romance and intrigue with a great mix of real and imagined characters. The plots unfold with all the drama of a Wild West tale and will have broad appeal to those who enjoy historical adventure and historical mystery alike' * Historical Novel Society *