Dive into one of the great mysteries of history: The strange death of Henry VI, King of England. Was it a conspiracy of murder? The grudge of an old rival? Suicide? The vengeance of the new king or his bloody brother? Uncover a truth deeper than ...
Dive into one of the great mysteries of history: The strange death of Henry VI, King of England. Was it a conspiracy of murder? The grudge of an old rival? Suicide? The vengeance of the new king or his bloody brother? Uncover a truth deeper than fiction in this powerful image of living history.
"Neither Pity, Love, Nor Fear" won the Herodotus Award for Best Short Story. Margaret Frazer, in addition to her other awards and honors, has been twice nominated for the prestigious Edgar Award. She lives in Minneapolis, MN.
PRAISE FOR MARGARET FRAZER'S BOOKS
"Frazer's graceful prose transports the reader to a medieval England made vivid and a world of emotions as familiar then as now." - Publisher's Weekly
"Frazer successfully captures the essence of 15th century England – the sights, smells, and sounds fill the pages, drawing us in as we become immersed in the language, manners, and customs of a far off time and place.” – Rendezvous
"As exquisitely woven as a fine medieval tapestry." - Cleveland Plain Dealer
“Mystery… Suspense… Frazer executes with audacity and ingenuity.” – Kirkus Reviews
“There is action aplenty and intrigue in abundance.” – Historical Novels Review
Herodotus Award Winner.
Twice nominated for the Edgar Award
Twice nominated for the Minnesota Book Award
A Romantic Times Top Pick.
("Neither Pity, Love, Nor Fear" is a novelette from the Margaret Frazer's Tales series.)
Margaret Frazer is the award-winning author of more than twenty historical murder mysteries and novels. She makes her home in Minneapolis, Minnesota, surrounded by her books, but she lives her life in the 1400s. In writing her Edgar-nominated Sister Frevisse (<em>The Novice's Tale</em>) and Player Joliffe (<em>A Play of Isaac</em>) novels she delves far inside medieval perceptions, seeking to look at medieval England more from its point of view than ours. "Because the pleasure of going thoroughly into otherwhen as well as otherwhere is one of the great pleasures in reading."
She can be visited online at http://www.margaretfrazer.com.