And another [case of Tonypandy] bites the dust

How does a bedridden cop crack one of the biggest mysteries in English history? Josephine Tey’s The Daughter of Time illuminates what it means to “do” history. When the protagonist Detective Grant becomes intrigued with a portrait of Richard III and the horrendous crime the medieval monarch is supposed to have committed, he sets out to uncover what really happened.

Grant soon finds that modern sources are unable to adequately explain how or why Richard III might’ve murdered his two young nephews.… Read the rest here