Originally from the Midlands, David Hingley worked in the Civil Service for eleven years before leaving to fulfill his long-term ambition to write. He spent three years living in New York, close to the action in Birthright and Puritan, before returning to the UK in 2016.
"This is a thrilling follow-up, and I am eager to read more about Mercia Blakewood. A must for fans of historical crime fiction and ideal for fans of Andrew Taylor, S.J. Deas, and S.G. MacLean." - Historical Novel Society; 'A masterful story ... an intelligently plotted and compelling follow-up to Birthright ... a sparky intelligent and determined heroine and a solid historical base' - Crime Review