The Last Protector, the fourth Marwood and Lovett novel, has just been published. Set in the violent, politically charged Spring 1668, it deals with surviving members of the Cromwell family after the death of Oliver. Meanwhile, London is slowly recovering from the Great Fire two years earlier.
The first review has just come in: it's from the Sunday Times, and it's a cracker: ‘Taylor confirms his status as one of our finest writers of historical thrillers’
Owing to the Coronavirus, the usual events around publication have had to be cancelled. But click here for a Waterstones Online signed hardback edition, with bonus material.
Click here to find The Last Protector on Amazon. The ebook and audio editions can be downloaded there too, and from other online platforms.
The fabulous cover is based on a contemporary print of Inigo Jones's Covent Garden and is by Andrew Davidson Illustration.