A Murder for Mistress Cwen
(The Chronicles of Brother Hermitage Book 10)
by Howard of Warwick (2017)
When Stigand of Arundel arrives in Derby with a commission from King William to buy some very expensive hawks, Wat, Weaver of adult tapestry sees an opportunity for profit. Brother Hermitage sees only trouble.
Not really. Cwen doesn’t murder anyone and she is not murdered (thankfully). But someone claiming to be her father turns up, then turns up dead. It’s all heads on board as the Vikings, Normans and locals try to work out who id the murders. Everything becomes more and more intriguing. Then, like the previous story the mystery is solved and the book ends.