It is 1191. During excavation work at Glastonbury Abbey, an ancient cross is discovered buried several feet below the ground. Inscribed on it are the words: 'Here lies buried the renowned King Arthur'. Beneath the cross are skeletal remains. Could this really be the legendary King Arthur?
As the secret of the bones' hiding place is passed from generation to generation, those entrusted to safeguard the king's remains must withstand treachery, blackmail, and murder in order to keep the legend intact.
©2009 The Medieval Murderers (P)2010 WF Howes Ltd
This book is written by several different authors about the possible discovery of "King Arthur's Bones". The parts are a bit uneven but I enjoyed the book. If you have enjoyed any of the other books by the Medieval Murderers you will enjoy this book. If you've not read one before, this would be a good first book. Paul Matthews does a great job with the narration. One note to Audible, since this book is written by multiple authors, a list of their names and brief outline of their plot in the story would be nice. I had to look the book up on the web to get that information. You want us to buy, you should have all the information we need to make a decision:)
"Enjoyable Murder Mystery"
As Mysteries Go Its a 8/10
The explanation in the Prologue about how King Arthur bones were believed to have been discovered at Glastonbury Abbey in 1191
One Particular "Accident" on a certain hill and how it was found out (dont want to give away any spoilers)
Really Enjoyed it, looking forward to listening the the others i purchased
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