The 11th Hugh Corbett mystery. When Lord Henry Fitzalan dies in 1303, he is little mourned, having few friends but a number of enemies who have long suffered from his lecherous tendencies and boundless self-interest. When Corbett begins his investigations, he has plenty of suspects to start with.
The death of Lord Henry Fitzalan on the feast of St Matthew, 1303, is a matter widely reported but little mourned. Infamous for his lecherous tendencies, his midnight trysts with a coven of witches and his boundless self-interest, he was a man of few friends. So when Hugh Corbett is asked to bring his murderer to justice it is not a matter of finding a suspect but of choosing between them. Docherty's eleventh Hugh Corbett mystery is full of the same taut plotting and historiacl precision that fans have grown to love.
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P.C. Doherty is the author of several acclaimed mystery series including The Sorrowful Mysteries of Brother Athelstan, the Hugh Corbett medieval mysteries, and the Canterbury Tales of mystery and murder. He lives in England.
The Demon Archer by P. C. Doherty
P. C. Doherty
A medieval mystery featuring Hugh Corbett
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