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  • Plague Land | S. D. Sykes

    Plague Land

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By S. D. Sykes
    • Narrated By Shaun Grindell
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    In this chilling historical mystery, young girls go missing from a medieval English village, and Lord Oswald de Lacy must find the killer before tragedy strikes again. Oswald de Lacy was never meant to be the lord of Somershill Manor. Dispatched to a monastery at the age of seven, sent back at 17 when his father and two older brothers were killed by the plague, Oswald has no experience of running an estate.

    Maria Doering says: "Best book since Mistress of the Art of Death!"
  • The Butcher Bird | S D Sykes

    The Butcher Bird

    • UNABRIDGED (12 hrs and 10 mins)
    • By S D Sykes
    • Narrated By Ewan Goddard
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    Oswald de Lacey is growing up fast in his new position as Lord of Somershill Manor. The Black Death changed many things, and just as it took away his father and elder brothers, leaving Oswald to be recalled from the monastery where he expected to spend his life, it has taken many of his villagers and servants. However, there is still the same amount of work to be done in the farms and fields, and the few people left to do it think they should be paid more - something the King himself has forbidden.

  • Plague Land | S. D. Sykes

    Plague Land

    • UNABRIDGED (11 hrs and 30 mins)
    • By S. D. Sykes
    • Narrated By Ewan Goddard
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    Oswald de Lacy was never meant to be the Lord of Somerhill Manor. Despatched to a monastery at the age of seven, sent back at seventeen when his father and two older brothers are killed by the Plague, Oswald has no experience of running an estate. He finds the years of pestilence and neglect have changed the old place dramatically, not to mention the attitude of the surviving peasants. Yet some things never change.

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