Knights Templar Mysteries: The Butcher of St.Peter's - Michael Jecks Reviews
Description:ISBN 755322983 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Jecks / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 396 Pages / Book is published ... more
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The Butcher of St Peters is a novel set in 1325 by Michael Jecks, it is set in Exeter and tells the story of the murder of a constable of the peace who is stabbed whilst protecting his children. The book is part of the wider Knights Templar murder mystery series and features Sir Baldwin and Bailiff Simon Puttock, though in truth only Baldwin is really in this novel. Also featured as a semi-permanent member is the coroner Sir Charles, who here is the coroner of the city of Exeter and is in truth the chief investigator of the crimes. The Butcher of St Peters is a strange novel in some ways because the story seems to jump around a little and can leave the reader ... Read the complete review
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