Mareese was still recovering from a two year old rebellion and a one year old battle with demons from the gates of hell. Saeede and Andreas lived there, happily composing songs about their last great adventure.
While across the sea in Nagrom a young king sought to change the culture of war amongst the kingdoms of his continent. He sought a trade treaty with the people of Crystalier and sent his friend and ambassador to Mareese to promote his idea.
At the reception to introduce the ambassador to the leaders of Crystalier everything was going superbly, until the ambassador was stricken with convulsions and died—the victim of poison!
The ambassador's men broke diplomatic protocols and arrested a local shopkeeper; an apothecary, and Saeede's mother! Saeede and Andreas launch a secondary investigation behind the scenes.
The investigation is nearly botched when the ambassador's man realizes who Saeede is to the apothecary. This creates a delicate diplomatic dilemma. Saeede would not be swayed and discovered an imposter afoot—an imposter who looks like the ambassador's daughter! When they are about to close in, the imposter gives them the slip, and the chase takes them across the sea to Ahnges. There it becomes apparent that political gain is at the root of the problem.
Thrust into a tangle of mistrusting kings the two friends are called upon to apprehend the ambassador's assassin and uncover the instigator behind the murder.
Minstrels' Covenant is Bulow-Morgan's third release. A mystery adventure that spans two countries with very different cultures. The reader will be hooked from the very beginning of this intricate tale.
322 pages in length, Minstrels' Covenant is being aggressively promoted to appropriate markets with a focus on the mystery and action and adventure categories. With pervasive online availability to thousands of major online and offline bookstores and retailers through CreateSpace, Amazon, and elsewhere,
Minstrels' Covenant meets consumer demand through both retail and library markets with a suggested retail price of $15.98.
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ISBN: 978-0991562510 Format: 6 x 9 paperback white SRP: $15.98
About the author:
Nance Bulow-Morgan is a former photojournalist who worked for three decades in the print industry. She has published one book of prose and two novels, Legend Destiny published by Outskirts Press, and Minstrels' Gambit published by Dreamer Books. She is currently working on another Minstrels’ Tale Mysteries novel, Minstrels' Prize, due out in 2015. A mother of two, grandmother of six, and adopted by many more. Bulow-Morgan lives in the Sandhills of North Carolina.
About Dreamer Books:
Dreamer Books is the company under which Nance Bulow Morgan publishes her work. Dreamer Books is a personal cover and page design company to aid the self-publishing efforts of Nance Bulow Morgan.
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