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The Conjuror’s Apprentice
The Conjuror’s Apprentice

The Conjuror’s Apprentice

The Tudor Rose Murders

FICTION

288 Pages, 5.08 x 7.8

Formats: Trade Paper

Trade Paper, $17.99 (US $17.99) (CA $23.99)

Publication Date: June 2024

ISBN 9781915643414

Rights: US, CA, AU & NZ

Legend Times Group (Jun 2024)
Legend Press

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Overview

‘Right up there with C J Sansom… A brilliant historical thriller’ Philip Gwynne Jones
‘Thoroughly engaging… beautifully written’ Zoe Sharp
‘Engaging and compelling’ Mark Ellis
‘A rollicking tale with just the right pinches of sex and humour’ Shots Magazine

The beginning of a wonderfully different Tudor crime fiction series

Finding the battered body of a young boy was not unusual in Bloody Mary’s cruel England. However, the stabbed tongue, a false seal and strange letter implicate Princess Elizabeth, threatening to bring down the Tudor Dynasty.

Doctor John Dee and his secret apprentice, Margaretta, using his brilliant mind and her strange abilities, embark on a perilous journey to solve this brutal murder. Before their work can really begin, another body is found.

As Dee and Margaretta delve deeper into their investigation, they uncover a web of deceit, political intrigue and treachery that threatens to engulf them both. When more bodies are discovered and arrests are made, time is running out. With rumors of witchcraft and treason swirling around them, can they untangle the mystery before it’s too late?

‘Absolutely spellbinding… alive with atmosphere and realism’ Chris Lloyd

Author Biography

G.J. Williams is a Welsh woman living in Somerset, England. She is a doctor of psychology and ran an international consulting business for 25 years before putting her love of writing to the forefront of life. She lives between Somerset and London and is often found writing on the train next to a grumpy cat and a cup of tea.