Mystery Mondays Review: “The Assassin’s Mark” by David Ebsworth


CHeck out the book, The Assassin’s Mark, by Daivd Ebsworth as featured on Christoph Fischer’s blog.

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One of the great advantages of organising a literature festival is all the reading one ‘has to do’. Today I present you my review of “The Assassin’s Mark” by David Ebsworth, who will be at the Llandeilo Lit Fest on Friday April 28th at 6pm at the Angel Inn

Eventbrite - David Ebsworth: Five Things You (Almost Certainly) Didn’t Know About The Spanish Civil War  £5,90 Five things you (almost certainly) didn’t know about the Spanish Civil War  with David Ebsworth

2017 marks the 80th anniversary of the Spanish Civil War,  and inspires David’s session on Five Things You (Almost Certainly) Didn’t Know About The Spanish Civil War.

But back to my review:

The book is a very well plotted and very readable historical thriller. A slightly left-leaning journalist joins a group of nationalist-leaning tourists on their way to civil-war-torn Spain. Their aim is to learn about the conflict and see the effects of the Civil War, but the story takes a different turn as they…

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