A Killing Season

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Product Details

Price
$22.95
Publisher
Poisoned Pen Press
Publish Date
Pages
250
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.8 inches | 1.0 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781590589489

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About the Author

Priscilla Royal grew up in British Columbia, earned a degree in world literature from San Francisco State University, and worked for the federal government in various positions. She is the author of the Medieval Mystery series featuring Eleanor, prioress of Tyndal, and she is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, California Writers Club, and Sisters in Crime.

Reviews

"With its intriguing plot, chilling conclusion and characters who exhibit universal and timeless feelings, this fresh first has all the potential to evolve into a series as enduring as Ellis Peters's Brother Cadfael books." --"Publishers Weekly "starred review of "Wine of Violence"

"Against an authentic backdrop of medieval life and lore, Royal once again brings alive characters who are true to their period yet exhibit emotions and feelings that 21st-century readers will recognize as their own." --"Publishers Weekly "starred review of "Forsaken Soul"

"The author subtly treats the erotic charge surrounding Eleanor and Thomas while shedding light on 13th-century understandings of sexuality. Royal draws together the murder, the manuscript and the ghost in an unexpected conclusion."--"Publishers Weekly" starred review of "Justice for the Damned"



"With its intriguing plot, chilling conclusion and characters who exhibit universal and timeless feelings, this fresh first has all the potential to evolve into a series as enduring as Ellis Peters's Brother Cadfael books." --"Publishers Weekly" starred review of "Wine of Violence"

"Against an authentic backdrop of medieval life and lore, Royal once again brings alive characters who are true to their period yet exhibit emotions and feelings that 21st-century readers will recognize as their own." --"Publishers Weekly" starred review of "Forsaken Soul"

"The author subtly treats the erotic charge surrounding Eleanor and Thomas while shedding light on 13th-century understandings of sexuality. Royal draws together the murder, the manuscript and the ghost in an unexpected conclusion."--"Publishers Weekly "starred review of "Justice for the Damned"