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The Malice of Unnatural Death: (Knights Templar 22) (Knights Templar Mysteries)
 
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The Malice of Unnatural Death: (Knights Templar 22) (Knights Templar Mysteries) [Kindle Edition]

Michael Jecks
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'Another rip-roaring medieval intrigue. Terrific' (Nottingham Evening Post)

'Medieval murder mysteries don't come much better. This is a cracker' (Coventry Evening Telegraph)

Book Description

The twenty-second novel Knights Templar mystery is a riveting tale of murder and intrigue in the King's Court

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The twenty-second novel in Michael Jecks's medieval Knights Templar series.



1324 and the English kingdom is in uproar: Roger Mortimer, once the King's most able commander and now his most implacable, hated enemy, is plotting the King's assassination. And Mortimer is not the only person with murder in mind...



When the bodies of a local craftsman and the King's messenger are found in the streets of Exeter, Sir Baldwin de Furnshill and his friend, Simon Puttock, are implored to find the person responsible. The deceased messenger was carrying a dangerous secret that could prove fatal in the wrong hands. Baldwin and Simon must find the murderer before he can strike 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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