Sebastian

Foxley

Medieval Artist

Dear reader, I am Sebastian Foxley, scrivener of London and the creation of Toni Mount. My adventures are captured in a series of exciting novels which are revealed below ...

The Colour of Evil - out now

Every Londoner has money worries. Seb Foxley, talented artist and some-time sleuth, is no exception but when fellow indebted craftsmen are found dead in the most horrible circumstances, fears escalate. Only Seb can solve the puzzles that baffle the authorities and help Bailiff Thaddeus Turner to track down and apprehend the villains.

When Seb’s wayward, elder brother, Jude, returns, unannounced, from Italy with a child-bride upon his arm, shock turns to dismay as life becomes more complicated and troubles multiply.

From counterfeit coins to deadly darkness in the worst corners of London, from mysterious thefts to attacks of murderous intent – Seb finds himself embroiled at every turn. With a royal commission to fulfil and heartache to resolve, can our hero win through against the odds?

Share Seb Foxley’s latest adventures in the filthy streets of medieval London, join in the Midsummer festivities and meet his fellow citizens, both the respectable and the villainous.

click on the image below to register for the unique collection of personal letters from Sebastian, Jude & Emily

The Colour of Death the sixth tale of murder, this time in the close community of a medieval village, is available now, in paperback or on Kindle.

In a change to the bustling streets of London, Seb escapes to his home village of Foxley in rural Norfolk, but still gets embroiled in more deadly goings-on ...

Visit the Colour of Death page here to find out more

I love the new bookmarks for the Seb Foxley murder mysteries and my latest thriller The Death Collector

The Colour of Poison is now out as an audio book - listen as the stinking streets of medieval London are brought to life by talented actor Charley-Allsop-Parry

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The Colour of Murder

540 years ago, on the 18th February 1478 the Duke of Clarence was, famously, drowned in a butt of malmsey wine. Did he jump or was he pushed? The question has never been answered, so this was an opportunity for my intrepid investigator Seb Foxley – to finally solve the mystery.

Find out more here

http://getbook.at/colour_of_murder

Five star reviews:

  • The beauty of the cover is juxtaposed to the horror of the murders.

  • Engaging and vivid ... not to be missed

  • Excellent characterization, plot and story line

  • I absolutely devoured this novel, best in the series so far.

  • It truly is a page turner

Book Cover

The beautiful cover is juxtaposed to the horror of murder as Seb Foxley unravels the story of the death of The Duke of Clarence in the Tower of London in February 1478. See the cover being created by Dmitry Yakhovsky here.

The Colour of Betrayal

Suicide or murder? Betrayal is Seb Foxley's fourth murder mystery:

As medieval Londoners prepare for a joyous Christmas, a local goldsmith seeks sanctuary in a church nearby, only to be found hanged there later... was it suicide or murder ...?

Five stars

historical fiction at its best! ... an astounding job of bringing you into medieval English life

Greetings, my name is Sebastian, my brother Jude and I are from Foxley, a small village in Norfolk, just a few miles north west of Norwich.

I was born in 1453, the year our lord king Henry, the sixth of that name, lost his reason; Jude is nearly three years my senior.

I'm an illuminator and Jude a scribe and we work near St Paul's Cathedral in the city of London, producing illuminated manuscripts. Most people in our trade work around here; stationers and bookbinders even store their paper in the cathedral crypt.

St Paul's Cathedral c1475

The late autumn grass, frost-rimed, crunched beneath his feet as he trudged towards his favoured spot beneath an oak tree, beside the Horse Pool.

The hedgerow was aglow with jewels amongst the last yellowing leaves; each gem dusted with frost – haws and rosehips like rubies, sloes dark as sapphires, delicate-hued pearls of bryony. But his artist’s eye was drawn to the diamond-strung cobwebs that draped the brambles.....

I am indebted to the talented artist Dmitry Yakhovsky, from Minsk in Belarus, for the beautiful designs of my book covers and the creation of our hero Seb Foxley. Not forgetting my publisher, Tim Ridgway at MadeGlobal.com

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