by Kate Millet
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Amazon Editorial Review
IT HAD SEEMED SO SIMPLE...
Were Stephen and Catheryn married? They said yes. Their parents said no. But if they'd said their vows, then the vows were binding and there was nothing to be done. If they hadn't, then their parents could take matters into their own hands. Of course, people often failed to think through what they did or said. Words fell out of their mouths and they went happily along their way, supposing the words meant whatever they'd wanted to say (or to hear).
But once he knew the words, it would all be so simple to resolve.
... Things were rarely that simple.
Ripped from the pages of the Edgar-nominated Sister Frevisse and Player Joliffe series, Margaret Frazer's Bishop Beaufort sees his holy court drenched with the tears and blood of a tale told in passion, sealed with murder, and spiced with the deadliest sin of all: Greed.
PRAISE FOR MARGARET FRAZER'S BOOKS
"Prepare to be enchanted as Margaret Frazer transports you back to the 15th century." - Romantic Times
“The period detail is lavish, and the characters are full-blooded…” – Booked & Printed
"Finely plotted and subtly shaded. Frazer has the detailed substance that brings an era to life, while her characters' psychological makeup is as cunningly wrought as the historical background." - Publishers Weekly
“Rich period detail, canny characterization, and a lively plot should endear Frazer and her tales to anyone who enjoys historical mysteries.” – Minneapolis Star Tribune
“Frazer has crafted the most plainly enjoyable series around, set in the 15th century or no.” – Aunt Agatha’s Newsletter
Herodotus Award Winner.
Twice nominated for the Edgar Award
Twice nominated for the Minnesota Book Award
A Romantic Times Top Pick.
("Volo te Habere" is a short story in the Margaret Frazer's Tales series.)
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