It is the winter of 1143 and all is not well in the court of Owain, King of North Wales: His future in-laws are untrustworthy; the Norman lords on his eastern border are restless; and among his wedding guests lurks a cold-blooded killer.
Gareth and Gwen have marriage plans of their own, but their love will have to wait while the pair race to separate truth from lies, friends from foes, and unravel the mystery before King Owain - and his new bride - fall victim to their uninvited guest.
©2012 Sarah Woodbury (P)2016 Sarah Woodbury
I'd give it a top 12 at least ;). It's really good.
Well considering I'm not usually fond of murder mysteries I don't really have a comparison to it, but I do like historical novels. So I'd say probably anything by Phillipa Gregory in terms of research potential and historical fact mixed with artistic liberties wrapped around fictional events.
Oddly? Christina. That heifer amuses me to no end.
I wanted to listen to all of them in one sitting, but unfortunately life and work prevent that. I did listen to it as fast as I possible though.
I am rather enjoying this series. I listen to audio books while I work to make the time go faster. I have found this series engaging without being distracting.
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