wrought-iron flamingos (was Re: [HNW] Re: Crochet vest causi ngirritation
baine at microcore.net
Tue Mar 4 07:54:23 PST 2003
Carol Knight wrote:
> No, she did not. Murder at the War is part of a series on a detective that
> is an SCA member and a Squire. I remember that there is one of the books
> where he finds his Knight wandering, after suffering a head injury during
> fighting-the books are all set in the days of Freon helms (long, long ago
> and far away, when fighters had even less sense then now) and in the Kingdom
> of the East.
Middle Kingdom, actually. The series is set in the mythical town of Charter, IL
aka The Barony of Applebee (sp?). There are 5 books to the series and they all
mention the SCA in some context somewhere in the story. Her website states that
she has book 6 and book 7 in progress. Not sure when that was last updated.
:-( The last book (#5) takes place at an arabian horse show and the detective's
wife wants to use a period saddle and garb for the fashion parade(?). (Her
persona is 14th century England.) The producer says okay, but she won't win
because it's not "harem pants and sequins". <grin>
who has all 5 books and is waiting impatiently for more.
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