By Maureen Ash
A brand new Templar Knight secret from the writer who "masterfully creates a medieval global choked with wealthy old detail." (National bestselling writer Victoria Thompson)
Templar Bascot de Marins is summoned to Lincoln fortress to profit who murdered a servant engaged in a bootleg affair with a married lady. even if the jealous husband had a reason, Bascot's research uncovers a extra surprising revelation concerning the sufferer that will provide him any variety of strength enemies...
About the Author
Maureen Ash has had a lifelong curiosity in British medieval heritage. Visits to citadel ruins and previous church buildings have supplied the muse for her novels. She lives in England.
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