A Spy for the Redeemer
Mysterious, Apr 2002, 23.95, 320 pp.
In 1370 St. David's, Wales Owen Archer looks forward to returning home to his wife Lucie and their children now that his family business in his homeland is finished. However, his departure becomes delayed when the local Archdeacon orders Owen to investigate the death of Cynog the mason, whom seemingly hung himself. Owen begins making inquiries even as he sympathizes with the local rebels.
... A Trust Betrayed
Mysterious Press, Apr 2001, 22.95, 255 pp.
In 1297 Scotland, Margaret already shocked by her husband Roger Sinclair not returning home from a trip to Edinburgh five months ago is further stunned. Roger's cousin Jack, who went in search of his missing relative, has just returned home in a shroud. Jack allegedly died in a barroom brawl.
Upon inspecting the corpse, Margaret realizes that someone deliberately and vicious... The Cross-Legged Knight
Mysterious Press, Jan 2003, 23.95, 304 pp.
In England in 1371, the Bishop of Winchester, William of Wykeham, wants to regain his position of lord chancellor of the realm if he can avoid the plots against him led by John of Gault, Duke of Lancaster. William and his entourage travel to the palace of the Archbishop hoping to make peace with the Pagnell family who blame him for their father's death in a French prison. The family bel... The King's Bishop
Owen Archer's four assignment is an intriguing adventure. He has been ordered by the Archbishop of York to accompany a churchly delegation that is seeking information concerning an upcoming nomination for a bishopric by King Edward IV. It seems a simple enough matter, but before they can set off on their journey, a young page is found dead. It is officially labeled as "accidental," but immediately after, another death is discovered and this time a frie...