A Tapestry of Murders (Stories told on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury, #2)

A Tapestry of Murders (Stories told on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury, #2) In August 1358, the Dowager Queen Isabella, mother of King Edward III, lies dying When death comes, she is buried next to her lover Roger Mortimer in Greyfriars, but violence continues and Nicholas Chirke, an honest young lawyer, is called in to investigate the strange events following her death. Download A Tapestry of Murders (Stories told on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury, #2) By Paul Doherty – cricketworldcuplivestreaming.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 247 pages
  • A Tapestry of Murders (Stories told on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury, #2)
  • Paul Doherty
  • English
  • 05 September 2017
  • 0747209677

10 thoughts on “A Tapestry of Murders (Stories told on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury, #2)

  1. says:

    I enjoyed this book a lot, however it did not grip me as much as the first one I am looking forward to reading the rest in the series Doherty is a fantastic writer and is able to sculpt a unique perspective, one both luxurious and decrepit of medieval England and his characters are engaging and com...

  2. says:

    This novel might as well be crowned my favourite out of all books by Doherty I ve read Very intense and intriguing.The storyline is elaborate, you never know what s going to happen next nor did you realize who was the big boss until the very end Very well written,tr...

  3. says:

    Historical mystery is one of my favorite genres, and I m so pleased I ve found a new to me author with real talent A complete 180 from the first book in the series, this title reads very similarly to Edward Marsten s Nicholas Bracewell series.

  4. says:

    These retold Canterbury Tales are awesome

  5. says:

    Set in the reign of either Henry IV or Richard II, this is easy reading, but it demands little from the reader except to go along on the ride It is based on the 2nd of the Canterbury Tales.

  6. says:

    Another solid second book in the Canterbury series By the master of the medieval mystery Paul Doherty In August 1358, Queen Isabella, mother of King Edward III, lies dying When death comes, she is buried next to her lover Roger Mortimer in Greyfriars, but violence con...

  7. says:

    This is my second book in this series they are a good one day read if you have a beach day I like the back and forth between the pilgrims and am looking forward to hearingfrom them Side note My local library system only had the first book, but they were able to get a loan for me from another Maryl...

  8. says:

    Enjoyable read interesting twist with the story in the story and now the characters are found to know each other in the past Some things are tiring like I understand London was filthy always rats, stench, chamber pots being tipped out of windows o...

  9. says:

    I found this book rather tedious and sometimes confusing Based on the other reviews, the problem must be with me.

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