Murder at the War: A Modern Day Mystery with a Medieval Setting

MURDER AT THE WAR
by Mary Monica Pulver
FIRST PLACE, Midwest Book Awards, 2001
The Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) is having a lovely re-enactment of a Medieval war...until one of the participants is actually murdered. It is up to Detective Peter Brichter and his wife Kori (whose SCA names are Lord Stefan von Helle and Lady Katherine of Tretower) to solve the crime! More

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Published by FTL Publications
Words: 85,820
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452443287
About Mary Monica Pulver

Mary Monica Pulver is the author of a number of short stories and novels, written under a number of names. As Mary Monica Pulver, she has written the Peter Brichter series of novels, Murder at the War (nominated for an Anthony as Best First Novel), The Unforgiving Minutes, Ashes to Ashes, Original Sin, and Show Stopper. She and a friend (Gail Frazer) joined forces as Margaret Frazer, writing the tales of a medieval nun at the priory of Saint Frideswide, in the days of Thomas Chaucer (son of Geoffrey Chaucer): The Novice's Tale, The Servant's Tale, The Outlaw's Tale, The Bishop's Tale, The Boy's Tale, and The Murderer's Tale. As Monica Ferris, she has written a series of novels whose main character owns a needlecraft supply shop: Crewel World, Framed in Lace, A Stitch in Time, Unraveled Sleeve, A Murderous Yarn, Hanging by a Thread, Cutwork, Crewel Yule, Embroidered Truths, Sins and Needles, Knitting Bones, Thai Die, Blackwork, and Threadbare.

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