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For Thomas Berrington, torn between two warring civilizations, Ronda is an escape from the madness engulfing Gharnatah. For al-Zagal, the default leader of al-Andalus, it is a return to his mountain stronghold. In the year 1485 this should be a time of recovery and replenishment. 

Until the Spanish army arrives, spreading across the plain below towering cliffs. And someone is murdering women so subtly the first the deaths go unnoticed. 

Thomas and Jorge are once more thrown into the pursuit of a killer as the world around them changes, and the end of a once great civilization draws closer. Can they unmask the Incubus before he steals the breath of more victims? 

Set in the final years of the Moorish Empire that once ruled Spain, The Incubus is the fourth book in the acclaimed Thomas Berrington mysteries.

©2017 David Penny (P)2018 David Penny

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I know it hasn't been reviewed by many people - not sure why, Because it is Very good. I listen to a lot of these, and this series is very well written and very well narrated. A pleasure to listen to. The setting is also great - the last days of the Moors in Andalusia, and the coming of the Spanish. There are convincing cameo appearances by Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain, and others - but the heart of these books is Thomas Berrington himself. He's thoroughly convincing - and hits that sweet spot for historical fiction between a character who feels 'of his time' and a person we can relate to in the 'Here and Now'. Supporting characters are also strong and very well developed, especially the women. This series really 'time travels' the lost world of Moorish Andalusia, but mostly the characters and stories are great, and the whole thing feels very accurately researched. Give them a try, you'll be glad you did.

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  • 04-24-19

Jacqueline

one of those books you don't want to put down until it's finished. great read