Murder Most Medieval: Noble Tales of Ignoble Demises

Author:   Martin Harry Greenburg ,  John Helfers
Publisher:   Cumberland House Publishing
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9781620458532


Pages:   304
Publication Date:   01 June 2000
Format:   Paperback
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Murder Most Medieval: Noble Tales of Ignoble Demises


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Here are thirteen deadly tales, all set within the dramatic turmoil of medieval Europe. Murder mystery fans and history buffs alike will be riveted by the selections offered by master anthologist Martin H. Greenberg and Nebula Award-winner John Helfers. You'll meet Peter Tremayne's seventh-century Celtic detective, Sister Fidelma, in Like a Dog Returning; discover Clayton Emery's take on Robin Hood in Plucking a Mandrake; learn about Brother Cadfael, soldier-turned-sleuthing-monk, from the wicked pen of Ellis Peters; and many others--all in the service of investigating crime in the Middle Ages, from the misdeeds of commoners to the felonies of kings.

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Author:   Martin Harry Greenburg ,  John Helfers
Publisher:   Cumberland House Publishing
Imprint:   Cumberland House Publishing
Dimensions:   Width: 15.20cm , Height: 1.70cm , Length: 22.90cm
Weight:   0.449kg
ISBN:  

9781620458532


ISBN 10:   1620458535
Pages:   304
Publication Date:   01 June 2000
Audience:   General/trade ,  General
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   In stock   Availability explained
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