Praise for An Air of Treason...
"A Robert Carey novel has it all-adventure, sly humor, suspense, corrupt courtiers, cold-blooded outlaws, prideful border lords." -Sharon Key Penman,
New York Times bestselling author of Time and Chance
In Sir Robert Carey's fifth outing, he's tasked with solving the most notorious cold case of the Elizabethan court, an investigation that may implicate the crown-or worse, his own father. The already dangerous case takes a trecherous turn when Carey is temporaily blinded and Sergeant Dodd goes missing. Robbed of his sight and most loyal companion, Carey's limits are surely tested in An Air of Treason.
P.F. Chisholm is a pseudonym of a well-known writer of historical thrillers, childrens' books, and nonfiction blogs and ebooks. Previous titles in the Sir Robert Carey and Sergeant Dodd series are A Famine of Horses, A Season of Knives, A Surfeit of Guns, A Plague of Angels, and A Murder of Crows.