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Murder Wears a Cowl (Hugh Corbett, #6)

Murder Wears a Cowl (Hugh Corbett, #6)

1993 ·
·4.17·429 Ratings ·249 Pages
“ This being human is a guest house. Every morning is a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an unexpected visitor...Welcome and entertain them all. Treat each guest honorably. The dark thought, the shame, the malice, meet them at the door laughing, and invite them in. Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond. ” ― Rumi
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  • By Murder's Bright Light (The Sorrowful Mysteries of Brother Athelstan, #5)

    1994··French
    ·4.25·313 Ratings
    Pendant l'hiver 1379, l'Angleterre doit affronter une multitudes de troubles. Des pirates français attaquent la côte sud et menacent Londres. Sir John Cranston, le corpulent coroner de la ville, grand amateur de vin, a, lui aussi, des problèmes. Il doi
  • Murder Imperial (Ancient Rome, #2)

    2003·
    ·3.71·128 Ratings
    313 AD. Under the rule of Emperor Constantine, Rome finally appears to be emerging from its turbulent past. In order to consolidate his control and under the guidance of his mother Helena, Constantine plans to harness the power of the increasingly influen
  • Spy in Chancery (Hugh Corbett, #3)

    1991·
    ·4.04·401 Ratings
    Edward I of England and Philip IV of France are at war. Philip, by devious means, has managed to seize control of the English duchy of Aquitaine in France, and is now determined to crush Edward. King Edward suspects that his enemy is being aided by a spy
  • The Grail Murders (Sir Roger Shallot, #3)

    1994·
    ·3.81·105 Ratings
    In 1522 the rogue Roger Shallot and his sober-sided master Benjamin Daunbey are sent for by Cardinal Wolsey. Stafford, Duke of Buckingham, has been arrested for treason and Benjamin and Roger are made to witness his bloody execution. The true reason for B
  • The Devil's Hunt (Hugh Corbett, #10)

    1998·
    ·4.06·305 Ratings
    The golden summer of 1303 and Oxford is plunged into chaos. The severed heads of beggars have been tied by their hair to the trees in woods outside the city. John Copsale, the Regent of Sparrow Hall, has been found dead in his bed and it is being whispere
  • The House of Death (Alexander The Great Mysteries #1)

    2001·
    ·3.67·106 Ratings
    Sweeping across the ancient world, from the sprawling army camp of the Macedonians to the haunting city of Troy to the opulent empire of Persia, and set against the background of Alexander the Great's campaigns, this historical novel of mystery and intrig
  • The Assassin in the Greenwood (Hugh Corbett, #7)

    1994·
    ·4.12·354 Ratings
    In the summer of 1302 the famous Robin of Locksley, popularly known as Robin Hood, has gone back to his outlaw ways in Sherwood Forest where he battles against royal authority, culminating in the barborous massacre of royal tax collectors and the mysterio
  • Satan's Fire (Hugh Corbett, #9)

    1996·
    ·4.14·250 Ratings
    As King Edward I arrives in York for a secret meeting with the leaders of the military Order of the Temple, an attempt is made on his life. The would-be assassin is later found dead, engulfed by a mysterious fire and wearing the Templar Order livery. Hugh
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