UK Tax deducted at checkout for non UK Sales. Open 7 days a week from 9:30am.
Cart 0
She Moved Through the Fair - The Savernake Novels 2

Avebury Henge Shop : Celtic & Pagan products inside Avebury Stone Circle

She Moved Through the Fair - The Savernake Novels 2

A locked tower room. Two young people. Murder has claimed them both.

The date is 1204.

The 16 year old Matilda de Neville is to marry the young noble Guy de Saye
but a week before the marriage, Sir Aumary Belvoir, warden of the forest of Savernake, under constable of Marlborough castle, hears their murder in a room in the keep, above his head.

No one went in. No one came out. They were forty feet in the air, behind seven feet of solid stone and surrounded by water.

Drawing on the skills he first honed in Belvoir’s Promise, Aumary sets out to unearth the awful truth about that locked tower room.

Is there a connection to the decayed body recently found in his forest? Does the fair, newly granted to the town by King John have any bearing upon the deaths?

Massive, menacing and malevolent, the castle keep seems to take on a life
of its own.

Have you ever wondered what might be the story behind some of our most beloved ancient folk songs? This, the first in a series, offers a chilling explanation of one such song, She Moved Through the Fair.

Share this Product

More from this collection