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The Puzzly - The ISOTCMN Book Of The Month - September 2014

Well, that’s another month out of the way – September 2014 has swept past us. September always seems to be a short month for me, as the first month of the school year always keeps me busy. 343 more words

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The Book Of Fires by Paul Doherty

London, 1381. Serjeant Richard Sutler is celebrating the successful prosecution of Lady Isolda Beaumont for the poisoning of her husband, Sir Walter Beaumont. There is one punishment for such a crime – Isolda was burned to death. 526 more words

Historical Mysteries

Candle Flame by Paul Doherty

Southwark, February 1381. Very precise with the date there, as people with a good knowledge of medieval history will know that this is the year when the Peasants’ Revolt is on the verge of breakout across England and London in particular. 648 more words

Historical Mysteries

The House Of Shadows by Paul Doherty

1360, Southwark. The great treasure of the Lombards, borrowed to finance a crusade, was stolen, vanished into thin air along with its guardians. And in the graveyard of St Erconwald’s, the courtesan Guinevere the Golden, dreaming of riches, meets a nasty end… 355 more words

Historical Mysteries

THE DEVIL'S DOMAIN by Paul Doherty

Busy at the moment, but here is a review I posted a while back on MedievalMysteries.com, and thought I might repost here. It is a favourite of mine (the review I mean) because I talk about myself in it  882 more words

Book Reviews

THE DEVIL'S DOMAIN by Paul Doherty

Busy at the moment, but here is a review I posted a while back on MedievalMysteries.com, and thought I might repost here. It is a favourite of mine (the review I mean) because I talk about myself in it  882 more words

Book Reviews

The Straw Men by Paul Doherty

January 1381, London. A mere six months before the Great Uprising, better known as the Peasants’ Revolt, when Wat Tyler and his cohorts led a rebellion against the ruling classes, storming the Tower of London and burning the Savoy Palace, the seat of the Regent John of Gaunt to the ground. 601 more words

Historical Mysteries