In the mayhem surrounding the Rainbow Awards and the preparations for Christmas we somehow missed a review of Jay Lewis Taylor's THE PEACOCK'S EYE which was posted on Elisa's Reviews and Ramblings website and has since also appeared on Goodreads:
One of the best historical novels I've read in a while. The author captured late Elizabethan London perfectly. I could almost smell the ambience. Research has been flawless as far as I could tell. The tale was little rambling and diverting from its main storyline, but it was forgiveable to explore the reality of the MC's 16th-century England. Interesting plot line.
We couldn't possible disagree with that, and indeed we certainly wouldn't want to!
We'd like to apologise to Jay for the oversight, which just goes to prove - as Holly says in Red Dwarf - that nobody's infullible.