Our medieval crime reporter says that A Murder of Convenience has now been released. Going straight to No 1 around the globe is a clear sign of something or other, but he’s not sure what.

    Unsurprisingly, Brother Hermitage, Wat the Weaver and Cwen are involved, as are Normans, churchmen and anyone else who gets too close. Available on 28th June it can be ordered now!

    At last, Amazon has picked Medieval Crime Comedy for a Kindle deal. Only .99p gets you The 1066 Via Derby 

    But remember, Brother Hermitage isn’t just for Easter…

    I have been persuaded to put voice to phonograph… the short story, Hermitage and the Hostelry is now committed to audio. And it’s free to those on the scriptorium mailing list. The Funny Book Company has it in stock here and a voucher covering the whole £1.99 can be obtained by signing up on my front page.

    Yet another 1000 year old murder mystery hits the bookshelves – and the No 1 spot. The King’s Investigator Part II can now be read in real life. Get it here!

    Within literally some time of the book’s availability, The King’s Investigator Part II has become a Number 1 Best Seller. If the Normans had known about this they might have stayed at home…