The Traitor of St Giles - Michael Jecks Reviews
Description:ISBN 0747263623 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Michael Jecks / 320 pages / Book published 2001-01-04 by Headline Book Publishing
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The Bishop Must Die - Michael JecksLet's go Bishop bashing (636 words)
by darren55 - written on 31/08/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
describe the momentous events of those times and we once again re-live the final days of a king and the final days of his kingship, we also encounter corrupt government officials and decadent priests all add up to an England at war with itself and England struggling for a focus forward. Michael Jecks appear to be getting better with the progression of the storylines, some of his early novels are a bit forced and a bit short on quality but using the events of the times he has managed to write passionately about the life and times of two decent men in troubled ...
The Oath - Michael JecksThe decline and death of a king of England (801 words)
by darren55 - written on 16/03/11 (Very useful, 82 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 country until Edward ...
No Law in the Land - Michael JecksKilling and murder in 14th Century England (623 words)
by darren55 - written on 22/03/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
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 imminent. The series of novels depict ...