Unhallowed Ground Paperback
The Fourth Chronicle of Hugh de Singleton, Surgeon
by Melvin Starr;
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Then he discovers that the priest John Kellet, atte Bridge's partner in crime in A CORPSE AT ST. ANDREW'S CHAPEL, was covertly in Bampton at the time atte Bridge died. Master Hugh is convinced that Kellet has murdered atte Bridge - one rogue slaughtering another. He sets out for Exeter, where atte Bridge now works. But there he discovers that the priest is an emaciated skeleton of a man, who mourns the folly of his past life. Hugh must return to Bampton and discover which of his friends has murdered his enemy ...
Unhallowed Ground by Melvin Starr was published by Lion Hudson in October 2011 and is our 19588th best seller. The ISBN for Unhallowed Ground is 9780857210586.
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Unhallowed GroundGuy Marshall, via The Good Book Stall
Mel Starr sets his tales about Hugh de Singleton in the English countryside of the 14th century.
In Unhallowed Ground the Bailiff of Lord Gilbert Talbot tries to discover who murdered Thomas, the most disliked man in the village, and who tried to make his death look like suicide. This is no easy task as Thomas had so many enemies. In the process Hugh is attacked and has his arm nearly cut off with a knife, his pregnant wife is in fear of her life and their home is set on fire and burnt to the ground.
This gripping thriller has much to commend it as it recounts the life of the peasant people in the middle ages where they had to contend with bondage, rules, regulations, myth and superstition.
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|Page last updated||27th September 2016|
|Author / Artist||Melvin Starr|
|Publisher||Lion Hudson (October 2011)|
|Number of Pages||240|