Andrew Taylor 


The King’s Evil (HarperCollins) has been chosen as a 2019 Book of the Year by both the Sunday Times and the Financial Times. For a selection of reviews, click here.

I have just finished The Last Protector, the fourth Marwood and Lovett historical crime novel, which will be published on 2 April 2020. Set in the violent, politically charged spring of 1668, it deals with surviving members of the Cromwell family after the death of Oliver.

Books can have a long life. HarperCollins have reissued The Second Midnight, my long-lost thriller about an English boy abandoned in Nazi-occupied Prague (November 2019) which I originally published in 1988. They have given it a great new cover:

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The King’s Evil (HarperCollins), the third title in the Marwood-Lovett series, is a Sunday Times bestseller. It follows on from The Fire Court and The Ashes of London, which was The Times/Waterstones Number One bestseller for eight weeks. For a selection of reviews, click here.