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March 1147. Determined to escape the gloom that has descended on Aber, Gareth and Gwen travel to Shrewsbury in an attempt to find answers about Rhun's death, about the whereabouts and plans of Prince Cadwaladr, and about Gwen's family ties to England.

But when John Fletcher, now deputy sheriff of Shrewsbury, asks Gareth to help him investigate a pool of blood for which he has no body, Gareth can't refuse. And when the investigation points to a conspiracy involving some of the leading citizens of Shrewsbury, Gwynedd's foremost investigators go looking for answers - and find that trouble isn't far behind.

The Renegade Merchant is the seventh Gareth & Gwen Medieval Mystery.

©2015 Sarah Woodbury (P)2017 Sarah Woodbury

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One of the best of this Medieval Mystery series

I found this particular installment of the Gareth & Gwen Mystery series particularly engaging. With the royal court of King Owain in mourning and the regular characters itching for answers and relief from grief, Gwen’s father receives permission to venture out of Wales for answers to a personal mystery. Of course his son-in-law Gareth along with Gwen and her brother go with the Bard to Shrewsbury. There the sleuths are pulled into a murder investigation and ... here is where the author weaves a complex and engaging tapestry the has threads tying threads together in mysterious ways. There is enough depth in this story to satisfy, and then some. And, Laurel Schroeder’s narration is spot on Excellent!