Yuletide and the Twelve days of Christmas are a time of celebration in the Merrie England of Henry VIII, full of feasting and good company as the hard hand of winter closes in on London. For Red Ned Bedwell, apprentice lawyer and aspiring rogue, the festive season represents an opportunity for revels and wealth too good to pass up. However in all his clever plans Ned hasn’t counted on the machinat...
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Publication Date: December 7, 2012
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This book was made up of three separate stories; the first one was fairly good, the second one not so good, and the third one I did not finish. All were almost the same. The characters were not very well defined; the main female lead I never could ...
Black, or the cunning cosenage of her erstwhile charge Walter Dellingham. Add in a drunken feat of gallant daring do to rescue a kidnapped printer’s clerk in the heart of the Liberties followed by a bare arsed chase in a snow storm and thus you gain a glimpse of some of Ned’s trials.For Yuletide is the reign of The Lord of Misrule, and during this topsy turvey time rogues, roisters and beggars enact their plots of mischief and revenge.Welcome to Henry VIII’s Merrie England where politics, plots and murder are the currency of the realm.The Lord of Misrule Book 5 of the Red Ned Tudor Mystery series is the compilation of Red Ned Bedwell’s Yule tide misadventures comprising of The Liberties of London, The Fetter Lane Fleece, and A Comfit of Rogues gathered together in one volume.Coming soon The Smithfield Shambles (to be released March 2013). The Trade of the Thames (to be released May 2013) and the Queen’s Oranges