Horses, history and humour in the “Mistress Meg and the Elizabethan Rogues” series

Mistress Meg and the Silver Bell cover

If you like horses and history, with a dash of humour and adventure, you’ll like the two novels that I’ve published so far in my series “Mistress Meg and the Elizabethan Rogues.”

The first book in the series is “Mistress Meg and the Prigger of Prancers”, in which we first meet cunning-woman Mistress Meg and her unusual servants Cornelius and Matthew, along with a “prigger of prancers” – a notorious horse thief – and many other characters. This is from the description of the book: “There’s mischief brewing in the town of Guildern. Mistress Meg and her servants are staying at the Goat in Chains Inn and her skills are already having an effect on the trade of the local cunning man. When a parcel of rogues arrives in Guildern, there’s sure to be trouble; and a valuable horse is at the centre of it.” It was first published in 2012. It’s available internationally for Amazon Kindle and there’s currently a promotion on this book on Amazon.com:

The next book in the series is “Mistress Meg and the Silver Bell” and it too is available as a Kindle download across all Amazon online stores: “As Mistress Meg and her loyal servants Matthew and Cornelius make their way to the town of Marcaster, the rogues are not too far behind them. If there’s opportunity for some underhand dealing involving a horse, the Jingler will be sure to discover it, and in the meantime he plans his revenge on Meg.”

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