1217: Commoner-turned-earl's-man Edwin Weaver has returned to Conisbrough Castle after his blood-soaked adventure in Lincoln. Now carrying a dagger for protection, he has no chance to rest, for preparations are already underway for a noble wedding. But his weapon will be little help against the armed band of outlaws terrorising the area. When the household marshal is murdered under the earl's own roof, and Edwin is asked to resolve the situation before the wedding plans can be jeopardised. Edwin is convinced that there is more to his death than meets the eye and, as he digs deeper, he realises that the killer's true target might be someone much closer to home. This is the third book in a thrilling series of mediaeval mysteries by C.B. Hanley, following The Sins of the Father and The Bloody City.
C.B. Hanley is the author of "The Bloody City" and "The Sins of the Father."