Medieval Murderers 1: The Tainted Relic Reviews
Description:ISBN 1416502130 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published 2006-06-05 by Pocket Books
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As one who enjoys murder mysteries and historical novels in equal measure, I always relish reading historical mysteries and have several favourite authors within the genre. The Medieval Murderers are a collaboration of such writers joining forces to write novels with a central theme to which they give their own particular spin within their preferred time period. The Medieval Murderers are (in no particular order) Michael Jecks, Bernard Knight, Susanna Gregory, Ian Morson and Philip Gooden. Synopsis: Following the sacking of Jerusalem in 1100 AD an English knight is entrusted to return to England with a sacred relic, a piece of the true cross said ... Read the complete review
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