No Law in the Land - Michael Jecks Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755344197 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Jecks / Paperback / 480 Pages / Book is published 2009-12-10 by Headline
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Michael Jecks No Law in the Land (KnightsTemplar Mysteries 27)
Pages: 384, Paperback, Headline
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No law in the land is the 27th book in the Knights Templar series of murder mysteries written by English author Michael Jecks, all the books are set in the reign of Edward the II in and around the 1340-1370's. England 1324 England in 1324 was a country ruled by Edward II but controlled by the sinister Hugh Despenser whose draconian laws caused the Queen to flee to France to join Edward's senior general Roger Mortimer. The Queen and Mortimer set up a rival court and manage to get hold of Edward's son, the future Edward III as a ward of court. The country soon split into pro and anti Despenser clans and a civil war appeared to be ... Read the complete review
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