The Abbot's Agreement Paperback
Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton Book 7
by Mel Starr;
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The Abbot's Agreement
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In this 7th book in Mel Starr’s Chronicles of Hugh de Singleton Series, the surgeon-sleuth is making his way towards Oxford when he discovers the young Benedictine not half a mile from the nearby abbey.
"My life would have been more tranquil in the days after Martinmas,” he recounts, “if l had I not seen the crows. Whatever it was that the crows had found, lay in the dappled shadow of the bare limbs of the oak, so I was nearly upon the thing before I recognized what the crows were feasting upon. The corpse wore black."
The abbey's novice master confirms the boy's identity; it is John, one of three novices. He had gone missing four days previously, and yet his corpse is fresh. There has been plague in the area, but this was not the cause of death - the lad has been stabbed in the back. To Hugh's sinking heart, the abbot has a commission for him.
Continue the series in the company of this master of both the historical and thriller-mystery novel.
The Abbot's Agreement by Mel Starr was published by Lion Hudson in August 2014 and is our 20491st best seller. The ISBN for The Abbot's Agreement is 9781782641094.
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Details for The Abbot's Agreement
|Page last updated||4th October 2016|
|Author / Artist||Mel Starr|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (August 2014)|
|Edition||1st New edition|
|Number of Pages||256|