Malgwyn is also the man who hates Arthur most in the world.
After the death of Malgwyn's wife by Saxon hands, he became Mad Malgwyn, killer of Saxons and right-hand lieutenant to the warrior Arthur. Right hand, that is, until a Saxon cut his sword arm off and left him to die on the battlefield. Arthur rescued him. Now a one-armed scribe and a heavy drinker, Malgwyn rejects the half-life that his liege gave him. But loyalty is sometimes stronger than loathing...and Malgwyn is pulled toward a puzzle that he can't walk away from.
Think CSI: Medieval: gritty, powerful, and with the true ring of historical perspective and a character who sees more than those around him. The Killing Way is the first in a mystery series that is sure to be a hit with both mystery readers and historical fans alike.
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1860, Dorset. A married woman finds some escape from her miserable home life in an affair with another man. But the age-old tale has a new spin put upon it when, en route to a tryst, the wife trips over her dead lover on the railway tracks.
Inspector Colbeck is drafted in from London to solve the hideous crime but with no shortage of conflicting alibis and the victim’s sordid past complicating matters, the mystery is hard to fathom. With pressure mounting from all sides, and urgent matters closer to home requiring his attention, only the Railway Detective can reveal the truth.
Blessed is the man who finds wisdom, the man who gains understanding. Proverbs 3:13