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The Mansions of Murder

Paul Doherty’s most recent Brother Athelstan is a classic locked room mystery. Something he does very well.

Athelstan and Sir Jack Cranston must work out who killed the priest of St Benet’s Queenshithe, and how it ties in with the legacy of a deceased parishoner of Athelstan’s. 119 more words

The Mansions Of Murder by Paul Doherty

October 1381, London. In the wake of the Great Revolt, the city is not enjoying the peace that it might have expected. Instead the ganglords of the city – the rifflers – are jockeying for position and their patrons in King Richard’s court are biding their time, ready to make their move. 433 more words

Historical Mysteries

A Pilgrimage to Murder

I got my copy of “A Pilgrimage to Murder” by Paul Doherty from the library on Friday and sat down on Friday evening and read it straight through. 201 more words