Books by Pat McIntosh

THE COUNTERFEIT MADAM by Pat McIntosh
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: June 1, 2011

"Gil's adventures (A Pig of Cold Poison, 2008, etc.) continue to provide satisfying, albeit convoluted, mysteries larded with historical detail."
A case of counterfeiting in 15th-century Scotland involves Archbishop's Quaestor (constable) Gil Cunningham and his wife Alys in a series of murders close to home. Read full book review >
THE ROUGH COLLIER by Pat McIntosh
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: May 1, 2008

"McIntosh's fifth pairing of medieval detectives Gil and Alys (The Merchant's Mark, 2006, etc.) is another hearty meal stuffed with fascinating period tidbits and a satisfying mystery."
A body in a peat bog, accusations of witchcraft and missing men add up to Middle Aged murder. Read full book review >
THE MERCHANT’S MARK by Pat McIntosh
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: July 1, 2006

"A convincing tale of loving families and brutal killers that delves deep into medieval Scottish life."
A return to the closing years of the 15th century reveals a severed head in a brine barrel, a king's missing treasure and a mystery man with an ax. Read full book review >
THE NICHOLAS FEAST by Pat McIntosh
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: July 1, 2005

"A satisfying story, studded with tidbits of medieval custom, hearty as a raisin scone."
Donning his academic robes and riding off to attend the Nicholas Feast at Glasgow University, Gil Cunningham little suspects his journey will end in murder. Read full book review >
THE HARPER’S QUINE by Pat McIntosh
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 1, 2004

"In spite of all the violence, the affectionate family relationships and warm characterizations shine most brightly here: a charming plaid debut."
Glasgow, 1492. Gilbert Cunningham's plans for completing his legal training and becoming a priest and notary like his uncle, Canon David Cunningham, are interrupted when he meets two women, quick and dead. Read full book review >