Check out this review of the book, The Cardinal’s Man, by M.G. Sinclair, from this post on The Quiet Knitter blog
Published 11 July 2017
A SPELLBINDING TALE SET IN CARDINAL RICHELIEU’S FRANCE
With enemies advancing on all sides and Cardinal Richelieu’s health failing, France is at breaking point. Yet salvation may arrive in the most unlikely form…
Born into poverty and with terrible deformities, Sebastian Morra is a dwarf with the wit of Tyrion Lannister and three foot, four inches of brazen pluck. Through a mixture of brains and luck, he has travelled far from his village to become a jester at the royal court. And with a talent for making enemies, he is soon drawn into the twilight world of Cardinal Richelieu, where he discovers he might just be the only man with the talents to save France from her deadliest foes.
My Thoughts & Review:
Historical fiction is a genre that I slip in and out of easily, and sometimes depending on my mood, it can be…
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