The Lost Brother

The Lost Brother

Sarah Woodbury / Nov 22, 2019

The Lost Brother November War has come to Gwynedd at the hands of Ranulf Earl of Chester who seeks to gain a foothold in Wales against the day peace finally comes to England On the eve of King Owain s counter a

  • Title: The Lost Brother
  • Author: Sarah Woodbury
  • ISBN: 9781311079923
  • Page: 310
  • Format: ebook
  • November 1146 War has come to Gwynedd at the hands of Ranulf, Earl of Chester, who seeks to gain a foothold in Wales against the day peace finally comes to England On the eve of King Owain s counter assault on Mold Castle, the body of a woman who bears a striking resemblance to Gwen is discovered buried in someone else s grave Even in the midst of war, murder must be inNovember 1146 War has come to Gwynedd at the hands of Ranulf, Earl of Chester, who seeks to gain a foothold in Wales against the day peace finally comes to England On the eve of King Owain s counter assault on Mold Castle, the body of a woman who bears a striking resemblance to Gwen is discovered buried in someone else s grave Even in the midst of war, murder must be investigated, and it falls to Gareth and Gwen to bring the guilty to justice.When their investigation uncovers not only another body, but also treason at the highest levels of King Owain s court, Gareth and Gwen must come to terms with unprecedented treachery and a villain whose crimes can never be forgiven.The Lost Brother is the sixth Gareth Gwen Medieval Mystery.

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      • Sarah Woodbury

        With two historian parents, Sarah couldn t help but develop an interest in the past She went on to get than enough education herself in anthropology and began writing fiction when the stories in her head overflowed and demanded she let them out While her ancestry is Welsh, she only visited Wales for the first time while in college She has been in love with the country, language, and people ever since She even convinced her husband to give all four of their children Welsh names.She makes her home in Oregon.Please follow her online at sarahwoodbury or on Facebook atfacebook sarahwoodbur


    481 Comments

    1. I have a little Welsh history, and I had been wondering how Woodbury would deal with the events covered in this book. She makes the interesting choice to wrap them up with a fairly absurd Gwen and Gareth-centric plotline, clearly designed to bring them into the centre of the action. It wasn't a choice I was fond of, really, as in the end I felt it detracted from a strong and powerful narrative about the cost of politics and the very real downsides of being in the midst of it.In many ways, the pa [...]


    2. Once again I enjoyed this Gwen and Garth Medieval Mystery although it ended on a sad note. I know the area of Chester so I could picture where some of the book took place. The way Gwen and Garth work as a team is great to see. I admire these characters. Well done to the author as I look forward to the next one!


    3. I had rather put off reading this book, as I had read some of the history of the period when I read the very first book in the series, and I knew Rhun's death was likely to be the loss of brother mentioned in the title. Although, of course, it was a title with more than one way of looking at it.Knowing it was likely to come made the whole story more poignant and my heart went out to Hywel and King Owain in particular.The machinations of Calwaldr were even more devious than previously; the murder [...]


    4. Such an interesting and complicated investigation, at some point it had to happen but it happened in such a way that things settle into place.


    5. Another story in what is rapidly becoming my favourite medieval mystery series. This one feels a lot bleaker, and not just because it's set in a Welsh winter. Serious perfidy is afoot that dwarves the actual murder. The discovery of bodies which look remarkably like Gwen and Gareth seems to start a domino cascade of misfortune. I love the fact that this is set in a part of the world I know, I've been to Chester many times and although I don't think I've ever been to Cilcain, I do remember a wond [...]


    6. A great story. I feel the Gareth and Gwen series is getting better and better. As a history major and lover of all things historical, I knew what was going to happen at the end, and yet I still cried. There are good, believable characters that I can care for, but that still belong in the time and society that they live in.


    7. Another great Gareth and Gwen storyI've read this entire series and enjoyed every single book. This one was no exception. The author's knowledge of Wales and Welsh history only adds to the great story telling.


    8. I always enjoy this series and was glad to have a new installment, even if the plot was more than a little far fetched!


    9. I didn't want it to endI wasn't ready for the story to end just yet. I wanted it to keep going until they got, justice for everything that went down.



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