Book List:18 titles
  • 1374. When a member of one of York’s most prominent families is found dead in the woods, his throat torn out, rumours spread like wildfire that wolves are running loose throughout the city. Persuaded to investigate by the victim’s father, Owen Ar...


  • England still in tumult at the start of the fifteenth century, as Kate Clifford finds herself working to prove the innocence of her longtime confidante. It is deep winter in York, 1400, the ground frozen, the short days dimmed with the smoke from ...


  • With the city unsettled and rife with rumors, Eleanor Clifford's abrupt return to York upon the mysterious death of her husband in Strasbourg is met with suspicion in the city. Her daughter Kate is determined to keep her distance, but it will not be ...


  • Expertly recreating the social and political upheavals of late medieval Europe, Candace Robb introduces a new series starring Kate Clifford, a woman forged on the warring northern marches of fourteenth century England. Political unrest permeates Y...


  • Owen Archer returns in a mesmerizing short story about the danger of false miracles and the treachery of true believers. Magda the Riverwoman has called Owen Archer to her island hut in the middle of the River Ouse with a special favo...


  • “This is history as it should be told!” ―GOOD BOOK GUIDE In late summer 1297, Margaret Kerr heads to the town of Stirling at the request of William Wallace’s man James Comyn. Her mission is to discover the fate of a young spy who had infiltr...


  • “Intrigue abounds…. Robb’s captivating blend of history and mystery vividly evokes medieval Scotland.” ―BOOKLIST Scots are gathering in Murdoch Kerr’s Edinburgh tavern, plotting to drive out the English forces. Margaret takes her place t...


  • “As always, Candace Robb writes a powerful story intertwined with genuine characters of the day.” ―HISTORICAL NOVEL REVIEW Archbishop Thoresby of York, the second most powerful cleric in England, lies dying in his bed. The end of his life is s...


  • Many lies. But only one truth...Winter 1372, in York: A man has drowned in the River Ouse. It soon becomes clear that his death was not an accident. But why would anyone want to kill a humble river pilot? As the crowds around the murdered man thicken...






  • York, England, October of 1371. A series of accidents is making William of Wykeham, bishop of Winchester, more paranoid than usual. Terrified that the family of a wealthy knight wants to assassinate him, he requests the aid of Owen Archer, the master...


  • St. David's, Wales, late spring, 1370. After a pilgrimage to the land of his birth, Owen Archer is anxious to go back to York and his herbalist wife Lucie and children. Then death changes his plans: He is called to investigate the strange hanging of ...



  • MAYHEM AND MIRACLES IN WALES BECKON OWEN ARCHER BACK TO HIS ROOTS...AND TO A RUTHLESS KILLER. In the wet spring of 1370, a time of political unrest, a murdered man is left outside the gates of St. David's, Wales. Not far away, a wounded stranger, ...


  • Medieval York is wrapped in a dangerous riddle that only Owen Archer can unfurl. The fetid summer heat of 1369 has the citizens of York besieging Owen Archer's apothecary wife, Lucie, for physicks against noxious vapors. But more than pestilence i...


  • FROM THE MURKY THAMES TO THE MISTY MOORS OF THE NORTH, MURDER STALKS WELSH SOLDIER-SLEUTH OWEN ARCHER AND HIS DEAREST FRIEND... It is 1367. When Sir William of Wyndesore's page is found drowned in the icy Windsor Castle moat, some say he was done ...


  • Spring 1366, Beverley, England--a ghostly pale young woman claims to be the resurrected Joanna Calverley, a nun who died of a fever some months before. It would be a matter for the Church alone, were it not for the murders that seem to follow in her ...


  • OWEN ARCHER, THE INTRIGUING WELSH ARCHER-TURNED-SLEUTH IS BACK--IN ANOTHER RIVETTING CHALLENGE! High summer, 1365--and York is glorious with pageantry for the Feast of Corpus Christi. But wool merchant Will Crounce, who acts in "The Last Judgement...


  • ONCE THE KING'S CAPTAIN OF ARCHERS, NOW HE MUST PENETRATE A POISONER'S SECRETS... Christmastide, 1363--and, at an abbey in York, two pilgrims lie nysteriously dead of an herbal remedy. suspicious, the Archbishop =ends for Owen Archer, a Welshman w...