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The Field of Blood by Paul Doherty
"Fourteenth century London comes alive with shocking realism. I could feel the crowding and smell the dirt. The hero seems to be a saintly fellow, priest and friar, as well as working with a local dignitary to investigate murder. I tend to struggle..." Read more of this review »
The Field of Blood by Paul Doherty
"I always start a Brother Athelstan book with great anticipation. Paul Doherty never fails to disappoint me.
Set in 1380, London, England, Brother Athelstan is a quiet, unassuming priest of diminutive build and a giant intellect.
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