The Brothers of Gwynedd Quartet
By Edith Pargeter
From Edith Pargeter, who also wrote the bestselling Brother Cadfael Chronicles under the name Ellis Peters, a brilliant medieval epic of Llewelyn, the first true Prince of Wales.
From Edith Pargeter, who also wrote as Ellis Peter, BROTHERS OF GWYNNED is an epic quartet of novels telling the dramatic tale of Llewelyn, the first true Prince of Wales. 'A richly textured tapestry of medieval Wales' Sunday Telegraph
Llewelyn has a burning vision: one Wales, united against the threat of the English. But, before he can realise his dream, Llewelyn must tackle enemies closer to home.
Llewelyn's three brothers all stand in the way of his ambition to create an independent state. The best-loved of the three, David, was brought up at the English court. Restless, charming and torn between loyalties, David is fated to be his brother's undoing.
Despite the support of Llewelyn's beloved wife, Eleanor, Llewelyn finds himself trapped in a situation where the only solution is his own downfall and a tragic death...
Here, in one volume, is the entire saga of the Brothers of Gwynedd, including:
SUNRISE IN THE WEST
THE DRAGON AT NOONDAY
THE HOUNDS OF SUNSET
AFTERGLOW AND NIGHTFALL
'Strong in atmosphere and plot' Daily Telegraph
Edith Pargeter, OBE, who also wrote under the pseudonym Ellis Peters, was the bestselling author of twenty Brother Cadfael Chronicles and the illustrated short story collection A Rare Benedictine. She also wrote numerous critically acclaimed historical novels including A Bloody Field by Shrewsbury and The Brothers of Gwynedd Quartet. She was the recipient of the Crime Writer's Association and Cartier Diamond Dagger Award. She died in 1995.
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17 Aug 1989
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A richly textured tapestry of medieval Wales — Sunday Telegraph
Strong in atmosphere and plot, grim and yet hopeful...carved in weathered stone rather than in the sands of current fashion — Daily Telegraph