The Resource City of fiends
- City of fiends
- Statement of responsibility
- Michael Jecks
- West Country (England) -- Fiction.
- Furnshill, Baldwin, Sir (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- Knights Templar (Masonic order)
- Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction.
- Detective and mystery stories.
- Great Britain -- History -- Edward II, 1307-1327 -- Fiction.
- Puttock, Simon (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- Mystery fiction
- Historical fiction
- It's 1327 and England is in turmoil. King Edward II has been removed from the throne and his son installed in his place. The old man's rule had proved a disaster for the realm and many hope that his removal may mean the return of peace to England's cities. Keeper of the King's Peace, Sir Baldwin de Furnshill and his friend Bailiff Simon Puttock had been tasked with guarding Edward II, but they have failed in their task and now ride fast to Exeter to inform the sheriff of the old king's escape. In Exeter, the sheriff has problems of his own. Overnight the body of a young maid has been discovered, lying bloodied and abandoned in a dirty alleyway. The city's gates had been shut against the lawlessness outside, so the perpetrator must still lie within the sanctuary of the town. When Baldwin de Furnshill arrives, along with Sir Richard de Welles, a companion of old, he is tasked with uncovering the truth behind this gruesome murder. But in a city where every man hides a secret, his task will be far from easy
- West Country, England
- Knights and knighthood
- Puttock, Simon (Fictitious character)
- Household employees
- Murder investigation
- Furnshill, Baldwin, Sir (Fictitious character)
- England -- Social life and customs -- Medieval period, 1066-1485
- Great Britain -- History -- Medieval period, 1066-1485
- Historical mysteries
- Exeter, England
- Medieval mysteries
- Cataloging source
- Dewey number
- no index present
- Literary form
- Series statement
- A Knights Templar mystery
- Series volume
- Target audience
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