The bone fire / S. D. Sykes.
- First Pegasus Books hardcover edition.
- New York : Pegasus Crime, 2019. , ©2019
- Sykes, S. D. Somershill Manor mystery
Somershill Manor mysteries
309 pages ; 24 cm.
- Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
Plague -- England -- Fiction.
Great Britain -- History -- 14th century -- Fiction.
Murder -- Investigation.
- Detective and mystery fiction.
Detective and mystery fiction.
- During a resurgence of the plague in 1361 London, Oswald de Lacy moves his family into his friend's island-fortress where he must uncover a murderer living among them.
"In the new Somershill Manor Mystery, Oswald de Lacy brings his family to a secluded island castle to escape the Black Death, but soon a murder within the household proves that even the strongest fortresses aren't free from terror in fourteenth-century England. When the Black Death reappears in England in 1361, Oswald de Lacy knows that the safest place for his wife and young son is the island-fortress of Eden, where his eccentrically pious friend Godfrey has invited the family to stay to wait out the plague during the long, dark winter. But Oswald has barely had time to settle in when a brutal murder shocks the household and it soon becomes clear that the castle is not the stronghold of security that they were so desperately looking for. Oswald knows the castle isn't safe, but neither is the plague-infested countryside outside its walls. His only hope is to solve the mystery of the murder before the killer strikes again. With a cast of characters like something out of Chaucer--a lord and lady, a knight, a religious radical, a court jester, a drunk, and a couple of traveling craftsmen are just some of the suspects Oswald must reckon with--and the all-consuming threat of the plague hovering just outside the castle walls, the newest novel in the Somershill Manor Mysteries is the most brilliant and frightening yet."-- Provided by publisher.
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