By Michael Jecks
Cold-blooded homicide has reworked Simon Puttock's reliable legal responsibility into whatever horrid -- and he'll desire the capable counsel of his pal, Sir Baldwin Furnshill, to attract a legal out. A former Knight Templar, Sir Baldwin is aware a lot of accountability and servitude -- and of evil freely indulged within the identify of godliness or greed. Now justice needs to be served,even if their seek exposes extortion, foul corruption,rule through fear...and killers prepared -- even keen -- to shed extra blood.
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A Moorland Hanging (Knights Templar Mystery, Book 3) by Michael Jecks