A Gil Cunningham Mystery set in Medieval Scotland
Then Dame Isabella is found dead in strange circumstances, and the more Gil pursues the cause of her death, the more false coins he finds. Rumors circulate that the Devil is abroad in Strathblane. By the time Gil and Alys have untangled matters, some very surprising—and sinister—things have come to light.
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Gil Cunningham had hoped that the first time he set foot
in the whorehouse on the Drygate would also be the last;
but by the time all was settled he felt quite at home within
its artful painted chambers.
The first inkling he had of the matter came one day in
late April, in the form of...
“Suspenseful . . . McIntosh deftly balances plot and period detail.”—Publishers Weekly
“Gil’s adventures (A Pig of Cold Poison, 2008, etc.) continue to provide satisfying, albeit convoluted, mysteries larded with historical detail.”—Kirkus Reviews
“A good pick for fans of the series and the genre.”—Library Journal
"Will do for Glasgow in the fifteenth century what Ellis Peters did and her Brother Cadfael did for Shrewsbury in the twelfth."—Mystery Readers Journal