Medieval Murderers 5: King Arthur's Bones Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847373461 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Paperback / 400 Pages / Book is published 2009-06-01 by Simon & Schuster Ltd
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by - written on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
The medival murderers series of novels are a set of linked historical short stories by some of the predominant UK writers of historical murder mysteries. Th group was put together by Michal Jenks and include regular contributions from Susanna Gregory, Bernhard Knight and Michel Jns himself. Some of th novels work better than others and in this set of novels as with all the rest a historical artifact becomes tainted with murder for whoever touches it. The start of the novel describes the discovery of Arthurs bones by the monks at Glastonbury at the end of the 12th century, the bones are quickly solen by Welsh activists who are kean to keep Arthus for the Welsh. ... Read the complete review
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