The Unquiet Bones Paperback

The First Chronicle of Hugh de Singleton, Surgeon

by Melvin R. Starr

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The Unquiet Bones

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The Unquiet Bones is a thrilling tale of crime and mystery and is the first chronicle of the Hugh of Singleton series.

Hugh of Singleton is the fourth son of a minor knight. He has been trained as a clerk - an education that often preludes to taking holy orders. Despite an active faith, Hugh does not feel a definite calling from God and instead decides to train as a surgeon in Paris. He then sets up a practice in Oxford, where the thrilling events will unfold...

The plot takes a mysterious twist when Hugh of Singleton is requested by a local Lord to find a young woman's murderer. The young woman was found in a castle cess pit and had been identified as the impetuous missing daughter of a local blacksmith. We find out that she had publically provoked a young man who is subsequently arrested and sentenced at the Oxford assizes.

At once, a mysterious crime thriller unfolds, with amusing medieval wit, heart-pounding adventure, romantic distractions and an underlying theme of Christian compassion...

The Unquiet Bones by Melvin R. Starr was published by Lion Hudson in September 2008 and is our 13844th best seller. The ISBN for The Unquiet Bones is 9781854248855.

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    Details for The Unquiet Bones

    Author / Artist
    Book Formatpaperback
    PublisherLion Hudson (September 2008)
    Number of Pages258
    Thickness19 mm
    Height211 mm
    Width139 mm
    Product Code1221795
    Page last updated 4th August 2015
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