The Divine Sacrifice takes Malgwyn ap Cuneglas, a former soldier now in the service of King Arthur, to the fabled Ynys-witrin, otherwise known as Glastonbury. Here he looks into the suspicious death of an elderly monk, and meanwhile the priest later to be known as St. Patrick has just arrived at the abbey to investigate rumors of Pelagian heresy.
I had done an interview with Tony for my blog back in 2010, when the US edition of The Divine Sacrifice was first published. When he mentioned the possibility of a giveaway for the newly released UK edition, I said sure! It was published by Atlantic Books in paperback on April 3rd (£7.99, pb, 304pp).
Note: This opportunity is open to readers in the US; the author will be mailing the books out to the winners, and will sign them if desired. Please fill out the form for a chance to win. Deadline Friday, April 26th. Good luck!