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1643. As winter closes in around the town of Nantwich, the civil war that rages across the country, threatening to tear England apart, is yet to reach the town’s gates. But while the residents wait, eyeing the outside world with unease, they face a deadly threat from within: Townspeople have started dying – murdered – the red sashes of the royalists left on the bodies marking them as traitors to the parliamentary cause. It falls to Constable Daniel Cheswis to contain the bloodshed, but with few clues and the constant distraction of war, can he protect the people of Nantwich? And which among them need protecting? In these treacherous times, everyone’s a traitor, whether it be in war, law, or love. When the Winter Siege is through, who will be among the bodies?
D. W. Bradbridge is a first-time author, whose interest in genealogy and local history helped inspire him to write about the people of Nantwich during the English Civil War: “History is a fascinating tool for the novelist. It consists only of what is remembered and written down, and contemporary accounts are often written by those who have their own stories to tell. But what about those stories which were forgotten and became lost in the mists of time?” Authenticity drips from the pages of The Winter Siege and early reviews have been absorbed by the wonderful writing and dramatic story line.
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