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Josephine Tey is often referred to as the mystery writer for people who don't like mysteries. Her skills at character development and mood setting, and her tendency to focus on themes not usually touched upon by mystery writers, have earned her a vast and appreciative audience. In Daughter of Time, Tey focuses on the legend of Richard III, the evil hunchback of British history accused of murdering his young nephews. While at a London hospital recuperating from a fall, Inspector Alan Grant becomes fascinated by a portrait of King Richard. A student of human faces, Grant cannot believe that the man in the picture would kill his own nephews. With an American researcher's help, Grant delves into his country's history to discover just what kind of man Richard Plantagenet was and who really killed the little princes. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
"Most people will find The Daughter Of Time as interesting and enjoyable a book as they will meet in a month of Sundays" Observer "A detective story with a very considerable difference. Ingenious, stimulating and very enjoyable" Sunday Times "Josephine Tey has always been absolutely reliable in producing original and mysterious plots with interesting characters and unguessable endings" Spectator --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product Description
I have read this book at least twice before I bought it. I liked it them and I still do.Published 2 days ago by Muriel Auwaerter
A classic really. An interesting and enjoyable if somewhat dated read.Published 3 months ago by Reader67
The author has created a skilful investigation of Richard III’s involvement in the deaths of his two nephews. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Frances
I had always wanted to read "the Daughter of Time" and when I found myself laid up for a week following hernia surgery I thought: what better time? Read morePublished 15 months ago by Richard Schwindt
This is definitely for English Royalty history buffs only! Pretty slow and more dated than much older books I have read. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Physick
Tey's fame as a mystery writer attracted me to this book. The historical information is fascinating, and its presentation in the form of a modern-day take on an old slander is... Read morePublished on June 10 2013 by Mavis Assad
An excellant short book that can easily be read and holds the readers attention with a mixture of suspense, fact and fiction theories. Well worth a read.Published on July 14 2010 by Margaret Bernard