The Killing Season by Priscilla Royal
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The Killing Season Summary
Baron Herbert's return from crusade should have been a joyous occasion. Instead, he grows increasingly morose, withdraws from his family, and refuses to share his wife's bed. When his sons begin to die in strange accidents, some ask whether Herbert harbors a dark sin for which God has cursed him.
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"Starred Review. While the murderer's identity may surprise few, the rich atmosphere and well-drawn characters make this a superior historical." - Publishers Weekly
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Priscilla Royal Author Biography
Priscilla Royal has a degree in World Literature from San Francisco State University, where she discovered the beauty of medieval literature. She is a theater fan as well as reader of history, mysteries, and fiction of lesser violence. She lives in Northern California and belongs to the California Writers Club and Sisters in Crime.
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