The Divine Sacrifice by Tony Hays
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The Divine Sacrifice Summary
The Divine Sacrifice continues the story of King Arthur's conselor, Malgwyn ap Cuneglas, a soldier who lost his arm in battle but was saved by his king. Malgwyn hated Arthur for this gift, but he has come to grudgingly acknowledge that he yet may have some purpose in life.
The Divine Sacrifice Reviews
"Starred Review. Hays's brilliant second mystery set in fifth-century Britain delivers on the promise of its predecessor...a superb job of making the legendary king a convincing historical figure." - Publishers Weekly
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Tony Hays Author Biography
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Tony has literally worn all those hats during his life.
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