Books - Review

An Instance of the FingerpostA complex tale of court intrigue, politics, love, lust and murder set in 17th century Oxford. A tale told from four different perspectives, each person thinking that only they know the truth.
by Iain Pears
Score: 7
Published: tbc
Read: August 5th 2002


John said

Pretty good, although the first quarter related by the Italian chappie is by far the best told I thought, and it's pretty much downhill from there. Some great history in it though.

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