Witness of Bones by Leonard Tourney

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Joan and Matthew Stock must use their powers of detection and deduction for self-defense when their return to London embroils them in a very personal case of murder and mystery. By the author of Knaves Templar.

About Leonard Tourney

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Leonard Tourney teaches Shakespeare at the University of California in Santa Barbara. He lives in Goleta, California.
Published October 1, 1992 by St Martins Pr. 262 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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When Master Stephen Graham of St. Crispin's Church journeys from London to Chelmsford to implore Elizabethan clothier/constable Matthew Stock and his plucky wife Joan to return with him to put to rest a ``seeming miracle''--the resurrection of a year-dead Jesuit- -he suggests that Sir Robert Ceci...

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Occasional well-placed nods to the present day and a determined avoidance of period whimsy make Tourney's tales of Elizabethan sleuthing far superior to the usual intrigue-behind-court-walls saga.

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