The Oath - Michael Jecks Reviews
Description:ISBN 0857200348 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Jecks / Paperback / 528 Pages / Book is published 2010-07-08 by Simon & ... more
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by - written on 05/04/12 (Very useful, 71 readings)
As those of you that have read my previous reviews will know, I am a huge fan of historical fiction. Having discovered medieval murder mysteries I am completely hooked. One of my favourite authors is Michael Jecks. He has written a series of books about a former Knight Templar, Sir Baldwin de Furnshill and his friend, Bailiff Simon Puttock. Jecks has now written 30 books in the series, with plans for more. The Oath is number 29. I have read the previous 28 so they must be good to make me keep going back! The book is set in 1326, a very exciting time in history when Edward II ends up running for his life from Queen Isabella; his wife, his son; the future Edward ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/11 (Very useful, 81 readings)
The Oath is a novel written by Michael Jecks set in England in 1326 it is a part of his knights templar mystery series. England 1326 In 1326, the rightful king Edward II is disposed by his wife Isabella and her lover Roger Mortimer, the king has alienated his dukes and lords through the years of his reign and they all flock to the invading armies led by Mortimer. After disposing of the kings hated advisors the king is taken to Berkeley castle and is killed in a rather gruesome manner of which the description might get this review banned by Dooyoo. The pair of Isabella and Mortimer then effectively set up a puppet king using Edward III to rule the ... Read the complete review
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