Of Carrion Feathers
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It is London 1662, and plots abound against the king. Oliver Prior, haunted by the death of his sister when still a child, enters the world of espionage.

Beatrice Short’s goal is to go on stage, but she must work as a servant. While cleaning, she finds ciphers and invisible script. After the king’s undersecretary finds her snooping, he blackmails her into going undercover as a spy.

While Oliver and Beatrice bond to discover the backbone of insidious schemes to kill the king, they learn who runs the plots. He is a man steeped in hate, and he must be put down.


What They Are Saying About Of Carrion Feathers

Loads of LIKES for Of Carrion Feathers, another winner from Katherine Pym – an Historical novel with Romance, Mystery and Adventure rolled into one. Pym’s characters leap out at you, tearing at emotions. It tells, as well as being a great and moving tale with many intrigues in its own right, about how people both suffered and enjoyed the lifestyle in olde England. You will meet those you will take to your heart, will love to hate, those you will laugh at and those you will cry for.

Take a day off to read it because you won’t want to put it down.

Kev Richardson,

Author of Pacific Paradox,


Of Carrion Feathers is an exciting tale of spies and international intrigue in 17th century post-Cromwell England—an authentic picture of the time period laced with mystery, romance and bawdy humor. Her characters Oliver and Beatrice, both spies for the Crown, find love and affection for one another amid the chaos of their adventures. A real page turner! Katherine Pym proves history can be entertaining as well as factual.

A.C. Mason

Author of April Fools


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