The world’s best selling author of medieval crime comedy and history mucked about with. Interminable titles and a vast audience who seem to like this sort of thing.
The Newest of the New:
The Bayeux Embroidery: Don’t see the tapestry, read the book instead.
The Heretics of De’Ath: Where it all started: Like The Name of The Rose gone very wrong indeed.
Also available in paperback: ISBN 978-0-9929393-0-4
The Garderobe of Death: Medieval Crime where no one has gone before.
Also available in paperback: ISBN 978-0-9929393-1-1
The Tapestry of Death: Just when you thought it was safe to pick up needle and thread. (Now with prize-winning cover – the one it had all along.)
Available in paperback: ISBN 978-0-9929393-5-9
Hermitage, Wat and Some Murder or Other. We know who did it, just not what it was…
Hermitage, Wat and Some Druids: Medieval mystery with extra mystery.
Hermitage, Wat and Some Nuns: A medieval monk investigating in Shrewsbury? This sounds familiar.
The Case of the Clerical Cadaver: Conspiracy, secret societies, hidden treasure, that sort of thing.
The Case of the Curious Corpse: It’s much more trouble when important people get murdered.
The Case of the Cantankerous Carcass: The problems when the dead won’t stop complaining.
A Murder for Mistress Cwen: Family eh? You can’t live with them and you’re not allowed to kill them.
A Murder for Master Wat: Weaving and Death, the same old story.
A Murder for Brother Hermitage: It all comes home to roost, and not a chicken in sight.
The Bayeux Embroidery: Don’t see the tapestry, read the book instead. NEW!
Brother Hermitage’s Christmas Gift: The traditional tale; a long journey to give unwanted gifts to the ungrateful.
Brother Hermitage, the Shorts: A medieval detective monk in shorts, and free shorts at that.
The Domesday Book (No, Not That One): 1066 as it might have happened, but probably didn’t.
Also available in paperback: ISBN 978-0-9929393-2-8
The Domesday Book (Still Not That One): or The Return of The King (Not That One Either). A sequel where no sequel was even asked for.
Also available in paperback: ISBN 978-1-9998959-4-5
The Magna Carta (Or Is It?): The original “Dodgy Dossier?“
Also available in paperback: ISBN 978-0-9929393-3-5
All cover designs by Double Dagger. http://doubledagger.co.uk/