One for Sorrow - M.E. Mayer Reviews
Description:ISBN 1781851964 / Paperback: 320 pages / Publisher: Head of Zeus / Published: 1 April 2013
Newest Review: ... particularly familiar before reading this book but it's opened up a rich seam of new information about the city of Byzantium, ... more
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M.E. Mayer One for Sorrow (Death in Byzantium)
Pages: 272, Hardcover, Head of Zeus
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
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by - written on 01/03/13 (Very useful, 94 readings)
It's AD535 and Leukos, Keeper of the Plate at the court of the Emperor Justinian has been found murdered in a dirty alleyway in Constantinople and his friend John, Lord Chamberlain to the Emperor, is determined to discover who was responsible for the crime. He soon discovers that one of the last people to see Leukos alive was Thomas, an English knight who has lately arrived in Constantinople searching for the Holy Grail and he maintains that Leukos could have been killed for a holy relic. Though John is tempted to like and trust Thomas, he isn't above suspicion as he seems to bump into the Englishman at every turn. As John pieces together Leukos's final ... Read the complete review
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