Mistress of Skeinhold

· Chris Rosser Publishing
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Fame has its price...

A young bard and his master travel to a remote castle in a wild, untamed valley. They uncover a dark secret and set off a chain of events that will alter the fate of two powerful realms.


Owain had waited a year to sing for the Duke of Kas Mendoc. But his master, the renowned Trystan of Langorn, has a change of heart denying him the fame and honour he craves. They journey to Skeinhold Castle in the wild Cae Valley. Bitter and riddled with doubt, Owain wonders if he'll ever emerge from his master's long shadow.


Yet Skeinhold hides a dark secret known only to a dying lord and his runaway kin. The veil between worlds grows thin and Owain's Dreamsight stirs. Who is the Mistress of Skeinhold and why does she possess an artefact thought lost? Can Owain and Trystan discover the truth in time or will Owain succumb to temptation?


Previously published as The Weaver's Boy, the Mistress of Skeinhold is a dark and sensual tale set in a rich fantasy world inspired by the author's native Wales.

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Aleksandar Milisic
July 4, 2018
Fantastic read. Mesmerising story and characters, can't wait for the next one! Highly recommended.
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About the author

 Chris Rosser was born in Wales in the last months of the 1970s. He migrated to Australia with his family at the tender age of 7. Chris was educated at the University of Melbourne, where he completed a Bachelor of Arts degree with Honours, majoring in History and Archaeology and a Master of Arts.

When he’s not writing fantasy stories or blogging in the wee hours, Chris works as a technical writer and trainer. Chris enjoys good beer, playing video games and exercise — though he's not quite managed to do all three at the same time.

Chris lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife and three children.

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