John the Carpenter returns, in a second Chris Nickson medieval mystery.
November 5, 2015
The Saltergare Psalter is published by The History Press (5 Nov. 2015)
Following on from The Crooked Spire, we return to late-medieval England for another thrilling mystery.
"The author powerfully evokes a sense of time and place ... and well plotted story of corruption and murder"-Eurocrime
"[Nickson] makes us feels as though we are living in what seems like a fourteenth-century version of dystopia, giving this remarkable novel a powerful immediacy. --Booklist
John the Carpenter, married and soon to become a father. When an elderly man in Chesterfield is found dead, the coroner calls upon John’s mystery-solving expertise once again. Then the suspected murderer is found dead and a valuable Book of Psalms vanishes. John is suddenly embroiled in a string of crimes that threaten his own life and the safety of his new family.
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Adapted for radio by Sharon Oakes, Fanny and Alexander is a two-part radio version of Ingmar Bergman's Academy Award-winning 1982 film. Epic family 20...
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