The enthralling new Burren mystery . . . April 1511, Ireland. Mara, Brehon of the Burren, is celebrating the christening of her son when she notices that three of her law students have disappeared from the party. The next morning, one of them is found dead on a lone mountain pass with suspicious wounds. He was carrying an important legal document that has now disappeared. But why did he choose to deliver it during the night, and what of the two other missing students? Mara must uncover the truth – and it at first seems that the stolen deed holds all the answers . . .
About the Author
Cora Harrison published twenty-six children's books before turning to adult novels with the ‘Mara’ series of Celtic historical mysteries set in 16th century Ireland. Cora lives on a farm near the Burren in the west of Ireland.
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Deed of Murder based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
An excellent continuation of a fine series. A seemingly straightforward murder investigation evolves into a deftly plotted and for medieval Ireland, quite Byzantine, political situation.
I love all the books in this series - great and fun reading!