Hardback. xvi, 187pp. Introduction by Alison Weir. Illustrated with col. frontis and 7 further colour plates by Lucy Weller who, appropriate has completed a Motley Theatre Design Course (the Motley sisters having a large part in the theatrical life of Josephine Tey). Alan Grant investigates the alleged crimes of Richard III. In 1990 The Daughter of Time was voted number one in The Top 100 Crime Novels of All Time list compiled by the British Crime Writers' Association. Bound in dark brown buckram to the spine and lower board and paper printed in colour with a collage of historical figures by Weller. Family tree showing descendants of Edward II (very useful for following the plot!) to endapers. In slipcase. Very clean, bright and neat.
Author Tey, Josephine
Publisher Folio Society
Illustrator Lucy Weller
Condition Near fine, bright copy in very good slipcase