BOOK TWO IN THE SEBASTIAN FOXLEY SERIES
A wedding in medieval London should be a splendid occasion, especially when a royal guest will be attending the nuptial feast. Yet for the bridegroom, the talented young artist, Sebastian Foxley, his marriage day begins with disaster when the valuable gold livery collar he should wear has gone missing. From the lowliest street urchin to the highest nobility, who could be the thief? Can Seb wed his sweetheart, Emily Appleyard, and save the day despite that young rascal, Jack Tabor, and his dog causing chaos?
Join in the fun at a medieval marriage in this short story that links the first two Sebastian Foxley medieval murder mysteries: The Colour of Poison and the next full-length novel The Colour of Cold Blood.