Hallowmas 1144. With the harvest festival approaching, Gareth has returned from fighting in the south, hoping for a few months of peace with Gwen before the birth of their first child. But when an innocent foray to the beach turns up the murdered body of Prince Hywel's long lost cousin, a woman thought to have run away with a Dane five years earlier, it is Gareth and Gwen who are charged with discovering her killer.
The trail has long since gone cold, or so Gareth and Gwen think, until their investigation threatens to expose dangerous truths that everyone else from king to killer would prefer to keep buried.
No secret is safe, and no man, whether lord or peasant, can escape the spirit of Hallowmas in The Fallen Princess, the fourth Gareth and Gwen Medieval Mystery.
©2014 Sarah Woodbury (P)2016 Sarah Woodbury
Absolutely. It's a great story and of course, Laura is excellent with the reading of it.
Some parts did. I'm not usually a fan of the crime drama genre but these are pretty interesting. Might be the setting more than the genre though.
Excellent like all the others. She's read all of Sarah's books, which of course I have :).
Why can't it keep the one from the book description? I like it. It suits. Plus the word Hallowmas is kinda awesome.
These are really good books while I'm waiting for book 11 of the the After Cilmeri series *grins*. Plus they really help make work go faster.
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