Season of the Raven (Servant of the Crown Mystery, #1)

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  • 203 pages
  • Season of the Raven (Servant of the Crown Mystery, #1)
  • Denise Domning
  • English
  • 19 February 2018

About the Author: Denise Domning

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Season of the Raven (Servant of the Crown Mystery, #1) A MILLER FOUND UNDER HIS WHEELIt S 1194 And Sir Faucon De Ramis, The Shire S Newly Appointed Keeper Of The Pleas, Must Do His Duty And Make An Official Declaration Of The Cause Of A Miller S Death.Saddled With A Clerk Who Names Faucon His Penance, The Shire S First Crowner Must Thread The Tangled Relationships Between The Sheriff, The Village Of Priors Holston And The Priory That Once Ruled It As A Simple Task Takes A Turn To The Political, What Seems Obvious Isn T And What Appears Safe Turns Out To Be Dangerous Than He Could Imagine.

10 thoughts on “Season of the Raven (Servant of the Crown Mystery, #1)

  1. says:

    Season of the Raven by Denise Domning is a 2014 Steel Magnolia Press publication In the year 1194 Sir Faucon de Ramis is the newly appointed Keeper of the Pleas He just barely arrives to assume his duties when there is a suspicious death and he must determine if it was a ghastly accident or murder The deceased man was not all that popular to say the least He was widowed and and recently remarried, but the marriage was a bad one and so even back in 1194 the wife was the first suspect But, Si Season of the Raven by Denise Domning is a 2014 Steel Magnolia Press publication In the year 1194 Sir Faucon de Ramis is the newly appointed Keeper of the Pleas He just barely arrives to assume his duties when there is a suspicious death and he must determine if it was a ghastly accident or murder...

  2. says:

    What an absolutely wonderful reading experience this book was for me I read lots and lots of mysteries, trying to choose historical pieces when possible This is the first historical mystery written by Denise Domning, though not her first published novel As evidenced by this book, I think she is quite an accomplished author I absolutely loved the fact that she had her characters investigating almost the entire time span of this book So often novels set in this time period twelfth century En What an absolutely wonderful reading experience this book was for me I read lots and lots of mysteries, trying to choose historical pieces when possible This is the first historical mystery written by Denise Domning, though not her first published novel As evidenced by this book, I think she is quite an accomplished author I a...

  3. says:

    This medieval mystery seemed focused on developing characters to set up the rest of the series I did like Faucon de Ramis and his unwilling assistant, Brother Edmund, but the action was slow moving The author demonstrated firm knowledge of the late 12th century, and I enjoyed the characters enough to add the second book in this series to my TBR in the hope that things will move along at a faster pace now that everyone has been introduced.The most intriguing part of this novel are the few pages This medieval mystery seemed focused on developing characters to set up the rest of the series I did like Faucon de Ramis and his unwilling assistant, Brother Edmund, but the action was slow moving The author demonstrated firm knowledge of the late 12th century, and I enjoyed the characters enough to add the second book in this series to my TBR in th...

  4. says:

    Good enough read The writing is clear, the characters are realized as people, although the main one, Faucon, doesn t have much of a personality However I found the beginning of Raven messy things happen, lots of people no idea who really involved, no real idea of what s going on, leaving the reader adrift While this is a murder mystery, far too much is kept from the reader and worse really, the solution is overly and unnecessarily complicated and a bit gothic OTOH it s readable and I m w Good enough read The writing is clear, the characters are realized as people, although the main one, Faucon, doesn t have much of a personality However I found the beginning of Raven messy things happen, lots of people no idea who really involved, no real idea of what s going on,...

  5. says:

    Who done its at the turn of the 12th Century in England Finished the second in the series, as well Started the third, Lost Innocents.Short, quick, entertaining reads Three are plenty.

  6. says:

    Good start to the series I enjoyed learning about the rules of law of the 12th century The characters were quite interesting too Am looking forward to the next in the series.

  7. says:

    This is a really good mystery with well depicted and believable characters I felt like I must have missed something, though, since I don t quite get how the main character the crowner came up with the solution.

  8. says:

    A medieval whodunit in similar fashion to the Brother Caudfel series I like it The three books in the series are woven together, but it is obvious after reading the first one that all the ends will not be tied together until the third book finishes The first book solves one murder, but one of the murderers, although known in the mind of Faucon, is yet at large and not even charged of his crime.Sir Faucon, called Pery by his family, is a landless knight home from serving in the Crusades His a A medieval whodunit in similar fashion to the Brother Caudfel series I like it The three books in the series are woven together, but it is obvious after reading the first one that all the ends will not be tied together until the third book finishes The first ...

  9. says:

    As a writer of historical mysteries I recently discovered these three novels and was instantly engaged with the unique author voice and style of writing The research is impeccable, well apart from King Richard being referred to as His Majesty, which was not used until much later, but that s a minor criticism as the author weaves historical details, descriptions and points of medieval law into the narrative beautifully.Faucon de Ramis, a young ex soldier looking for a purpose is nominated by his As a writer of historical mysteries I recently discovered these three novels and was instantly engaged with the unique author voice and style of writing The research is impeccable, well apart from King Richard being referred to as His Majesty, which was not used until much later, but that s a minor criticism as the author weaves historical details, descriptions and points of medieval law into the narrative beautifully.Faucon de Ramis, a young ex soldier looking for a purpose is nominated by his wealthy uncle into the post or Coronari Keeper of The Pleas a post similar to that of a coroner who examines the bodies and determines cause of death However our hero is quickly drawn in to the villagers lives and sets out to find th...

  10. says:

    It s 1194 and Sir Faucon de Ramis, the shire s newly appointed Keeper of the Pleas, must do his duty and make an official declaration of the cause of a miller s death Saddled with a clerk who names Faucon his penance , the shire s first Crowner must thread the tangled relationships between the sheriff, the village of Priors Holston and the priory that once ruled it As a simple task takes a turn to the political, what seems obvious isn t and what appears safe turns out to bedangerous tha It s 1194 and Sir Faucon de Ramis, the shire s newly appointed Keeper of the Pleas, must do his duty and make an official declaration of the cause of a miller s death Saddled with a clerk who names Faucon his penance , the shire s first Crowner must thread the tangled relationships between the sheriff, the village of Priors H...

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