The Gallows Murders (Sir Roger Shallot, #5)
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The Gallows Murders (Sir Roger Shallot #5)

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In the summer of 1523, the weather has turned hot and the sweating sickness has returned to London to provide a fertile breeding ground for terrible murders and the most treasonable conspiracies. King Henry VIII has moved the court to Windsor, where he slakes his lusts while the kingdom is being governed by his first minister, Cardinal Thomas Wolsey. Wolsey, however, is no...more
Hardcover, 247 pages
Published December 1st 1996 by St. Martin's Press (first published 1995)
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Karen M
Enjoyed this something different mystery set in London in 1523. I enjoyed the mystery within a mystery of the disappearance of the little princes in the Tower forty years prior.
Herneith
Hey nonny no another for Roger Shallot!!!
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