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The Mad Monk Of Gidleigh: (Knights Templar 14) (Knights Templar Mysteries)
 
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The Mad Monk Of Gidleigh: (Knights Templar 14) (Knights Templar Mysteries) [Kindle Edition]

Michael Jecks
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"Memorable characters, steadily absorbing period background...a commendable achievement."

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Michael Jecks brings medieval England to life in the the fourteenth mystery featuring the ever-popular Sir Baldwin Furnshill and Bailiff Simon Puttock

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The fourteenth novel in Michael Jecks's medieval Knights Templar series.



As the winter of 1323 descends upon a windswept chapel on the edge of Dartmoor, who could blame the young priest, Father Mark, for seeking affection from Mary, the miller's daughter? But when Mary, and her unborn child, are found dead, Mark is the obvious suspect.



Called to investigate, Sir Baldwin de Furnshill and his friend Bailiff Simon Puttock soon begin to have their doubts. Could one of Mary's many admirers have murdered her in a fit of jealousy? Or might it be someone even closer to home? By the time their search is over, life for Baldwin and Simon, and their families, will never be quite the same again.

About the Author

Michael Jecks gave up a career in the computer industry to concentrate on writing and the study of medieval history, especially that of Devon and Cornwall. He lives with his family in northern Dartmoor.
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