Book List:37 titles
  • MISTY MOORS. ANCIENT SECRETS. FORBIDDEN PASSIONS. Her mother had always been afraid. That's what Damaris remembered. From the time she was a little girl until the day her mother died, she had seen the fear in her eyes. But now she understood. N...


  • In the pages of Margaret Frazer's national bestselling Dame Frevisse novels, the player Joliffe assumes many roles on stage, to the delight of those he entertains. Now, in the company of a troupe of traveling performers, he finds himself triple cast ...


  • THE DEATH OF KING RICHARD THE SECONDA golden world all turned to lead for a king who was once more golden than it all...Join King Richard in his final days atop the rocky battlement of Castle Flint. All the realm has risen in rebellion against him, a...


  • BETWEEN DUTY AND BLOOD...Questionable matters? Strange deaths? Mysteries most foul? The cleverest man in 15th century England lives at Master Whittington's Almshouse! Turn right off College Hill Street, go through the narrow Paternoster Passage, and ...



  • Herodotus Award WinnerTHE DEATH OF KING HENRY THE SIXTHDive into one of the great mysteries of history: The strange death of Henry VI, King of England. Was it a conspiracy of murder? The grudge of an old rival? Suicide? The vengeance of the new king ...


  • A TALE OF YOUNG SHAKESPEAREYoung Will Shakespeare has a bit of a problem: Murder most foul. As in the best it is, award-winning author Margaret Frazer proves that the play's the thing when crimes of passion are put center stage in an all-too-revealin...


  • CAUGHT IN A GAME OF KINGS...The bright sun of the Wars of the Roses is painting the eastern sky with a false dawn and in London the politicians are whetting their blades to claim the blood of Richard, Duke of York. Can the young noble -- a true princ...







  • ""Sisters! Come back! Please don't leave us yet!"Cisily Fisher has died in childbirth and now the village of Priors Byfield is held in a grip of fear. Can Dame Frevisse find the root of misery behind a murderer's sin before the ne"...


  • A LOVE TO DIE FOR. When Frevisse is given bishop-pardoned leave to visit her cousin Alice at Ewelme, she is enchanted by the work of the sculptor Simon Maye. Charged with carving the angels upon Alice's tomb, Simon has been truly touched...


  • Only sometimes, when the rain was falling or the gray mist hung thick among the trees, did he remember...... blue seas and a blue sky of a kind never seen in these cold northlands. And green, green marshes, and the thick smells of the delta marshes a...


  • FOR THEY THAT WORK WICKEDNESS. One man has been kidnapped. Another has been murdered. In the bleakest depths of winter, Frevisse finds her soul chilled with the heavy burdens of duty and responsibility. Even the warmth of charity is...


  • Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live. Witchcraft has come to the peaceful village near St. Frideswide, and its foul touch is striking down those closest to the church. Can Dame Frevisse thwart the servants of the devil before the hellfir...


  • Te player Joliffe assumes many roles on stage, to the delight of those he entertains. Now, in the company of a troupe of traveling performers, he finds himself cast in the role of sleuth... In harvest time of 1436, the troupe's leader has fallen ill...


  • In the pages of Margaret Frazer's national bestselling Dame Frevisse Mysteries, the player Joliffe has assumed many roles on stage, to the delight of those he entertains. Now, in the company of a troupe of traveling performers, he finds himself cast ...


  • In the latest Dame Frevisse Medieval Mystery, the blessed prioress is reunited with a lost soul she never expected to see again... The nuns of St. Frideswide's receive an unexpected guest -- the long-vanished Sister Cecely. Nine years ago she had fl...


  • In the late autumn of 1435, Joliffe and his fellow players are in London to perform for the Bishop Beaufort. But his Eminence has other duties in mind for the company. With the Duke of Bedford's passing, ambitious lords and clergymen are plotting to ...


  • Dame Frevisse of St. Frideswide's nunnery is in London to assist her cousin Alice, the widowed Duchess of Suffolk, in burying her husband-but the late Duke was so hated that even being in the presence of his corpse is unsafe. Wandering player Sim...


  • In the pages of Margaret Frazer's national bestselling Dame Frevisse series, the player Joliffe has assumed many roles on stage, to the delight of those he entertains. Now, in the company of a troupe of traveling performers, he finds himself cast in ...


  • In the Summer of 1450, widow Anne Blakhall, a tailor and embroiderer, has taken a lover who is secretly a Jew. Foreign merchant Daved Weir lives in constant peril because Jews have been banished from England for over a hundred years. Dame Frevisse...


  • In the pages of Margaret Frazer's national bestselling Dame Frevisse series, the player Joliffe has assumed many roles on stage, to the delight of those he entertains. Now, in the company of a troupe of traveling performers, he finds himself cast in ...


  • In the spring of 1449, widow Cristiana Helyngton has been kidnapped, defamed, and imprisoned in a nunnery--as h late husband's duplicitous relatives seek to obtain contr., aver her lands and children. To secure her freedom an save her daughters, Cris...


  • In the pages of Margaret Frazers national bestselling Dame Frevisse series, the player Joliffe has assumed many roles on stage, to the delight of those he entertains. Now, in the company of a troupe of traveling performers, he finds himself cast in t...


  • Dame Frevisse finds that the evil that men do sometimes lives after them... In the summer of 1448, when Sir Ralph Woderove is found murdered near his estate, not even his family mourns. A hard, vicious man of many quarrels, Sir Ralph could have be...


  • Dame Frevisse, finds herself in medieval England's lavish royal court and learns that even in that charmed circle, no one has immunity from murder. It is the year 1447, and powerful men from all of England have been summoned to Parliament in the g...


  • St. Mary's nunnery is a place of prayer and healing for women so it is surprising to see a man sprawled out in the cloister garden. Dead. Less surprising, to Dame Frevisse, was the identity of the victim. Master Montfort was not particularly liked by...


  • Years ago, young Robert Fenner was forced into marriage with Lady Blaunche. Now, in 1442, he is being forced toward warfare over the property to which she wrongfully claims ownership. To make matters worse, a wealthy young heiress has captured hearts...


  • As reeve of the small village of Prior Byfield. Simon Perryn must rule on many local disputes--a task he often shares with the steward of St. Frideswide's nunnery. But when the steward is accused of dishonesty and forced to step aside, the worldly Da...






  • Sister Frevisse has made an unusual journey to London, to meet the new prioress of St. Frideswide's. At the urging of her abbot, she stays with her wealthy cousin Alice, lady wife of the earl of Suffolk. But Frevisse suspects more is involved than a ...


  • After Domina Alys was made prioress, St. Frideswide's became nothing more than a guest house for her relatives, the Godfreys. There was less and less peace to be had anywhere--especially for Sister Frevisse. Constantly tormented by Domina Alys, Frevi...


  • Leaving St. Frideswide on pilgrimage was a welcome respite for Sister Frevisse--as was her errand along the way at Minster Lovell. But Frevisse's stay at the minster turned deadly when murder visited the quiet manor. Guest Lionel Knyvet was afflicted...


  • SUFFER THE LITTLE CHILDREN... Who could ever want to harm two young boys, ages five and six? When the boys are half brothers to Henry VI, King of England, the list is long and distinguished. A lady in their mother's household flees with the boys t...


  • MOURNING DARKENED A MEDIEVAL MANOR... AND SO DID MURDER Death, the pious say, is the great mystery, and Sister Frevisse finds it puzzling indeed. She has come to Ewelme Manor to rieve for her uncle; Bishop Beaufort arrives to mourn his old friend....


  • ACT OF MERCY, ACT OF MURDER On her way to a baptism, Sister Frevisse finds blood is thicker than water... and as easily spilled. Waylaid by a band of outlaws, she learns that their leader is her long-lost cousin Nicholas. He asks Frevisse's help t...


  • MINSTRELS AND MURDER AT A MEDIEVAL ABBEY It was Christmastime, and the sisters of St. Frideswide cannot turn away travellers...even the players knocking at the nunnery door. But along with the motley troupe comes the grievously wounded husband of ...


  • TO THE PRIORY A LADY CAME FOR MISCHIEF ... AND FOR MURDER It is the year of Our Lord's grace 1431, and the nuns of England's St. Frideswide sweetly chant their Paternosters behind gracious, trellised walls. But their quiet lives are shattered by t...