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The Bishop Must Die (The Last Templar Mysteries 28) : A thrilling medieval mystery, EPUB eBook

The Bishop Must Die (The Last Templar Mysteries 28) : A thrilling medieval mystery EPUB


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Working against the clock, can Sir Baldwin and Simon hope to prevent a murder?

As the threat of war hangs over England, Sir Baldwin and Bailiff Puttock must work desperately to prevent murder, in Michael Jecks' latest thrilling mystery in his hugely popular Knights Templar series. Perfect for fans of C.J. Sansom and Susanna Gregory.

'Each page is densely packed with cuckolding, coarseness, lewdness, lechery, gore galore, but also with nobility. A heady mix!' - North Devon Journal

1326: King Edward II's estranged wife Queen Isabella shames him by refusing to return from France to England. When the king hears she has betrothed their son to the daughter of the French Count of Hainault, all England fears invasion by a Hainault army.

The King's knights, including Sir Baldwin de Furnshill, are commanded to London to protect the realm. Meanwhile Bishop Stapledon, the Treasurer of England, is under severe threat - but from whom? He has made many enemies in his long political life, and Sir Baldwin and his friend, Simon Puttock, must do all they can to find the would-be assassin before he can strike...

What readers are saying about The Bishop Must Die:

'The characters arerichly drawn and weave in and out of the events of the early 14th century, with Michael Jecks showing great knowledge of the times'

'Jecks always brings his chosen era to life'

'Another masterpiece from one of my favourite authors'



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