A Tournament of Murders by P. C. Doherty
The Franklin's Tale of Mystery and Murder as He Goes on Pilgrimage from London to Canterbury

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When a medieval knight, Gilbert Savage, learns from his dying squire the true nature of his heritage and his father's disgraceful death, he vows to avenge his family's name."

About P. C. Doherty

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Mystery writer P. C. Doherty was born in Middlesborough, England. He is probably best known for the series which includes Ghostly Murders, A Tournament of Murders, A Tapestry of Murders, and An Ancient Evil. Other works include The Rose Demon, Satan's Fire, and The Devil's Hunt. Doherty also has published under the pen names of Paul Harding (The Nightingale Gallery) and Michael Clynes (The White Rose Murders).
Published September 1, 1997 by St. Martin's Press. 256 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Arriving at last in plague-stricken Colchester, the trio discovers that Coticol is dead, but his daughter Emmeline finds the letter left for Richard and joins the group as they travel to the old Greenele estate on Crokehurst island, off the Essex coast.

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As Sir Gilbert Savage lies dying on the French field at Poitiers, he calls his young squire, Richard Greenele, to his side and tells him to flee back to England and there seek out a lawyer who will reveal his true parentage to him, as well as how his father was framed and betrayed by one of his f...

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