A review by qalminator
The Cobbler's Boy by Elizabeth Bear, Katherine Addison


Enjoyable little mystery, set in a time when Protestant and Catholic ideas were not allowed to coexist in England. The language is slightly antiquated, particularly in dialogue (thees and thous, and some word usage), but not as antiquated as, say, Shakespeare (who was born in the same year as Christopher Marlowe, the playwright upon whom "Kit" Marlowe is presumably based).