Hymn to Murder (Hugh Corbett 21)

Paul Doherty

Format: Hardback, Paperback / softback

Publisher: Headline Publishing Group

Published: 23-07-2020

£20.99

1312. The shadows around the English Crown grow ever darker in the twenty-first instalment of the much-loved Hugh Corbett series by Paul Doherty. An enthralling medieval mystery not to be missed by fans of C. J. Sansom, E. M. Powell and Bernard Cornwell.

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Hugh Corbett returns in the twenty-first gripping mystery in Paul Doherty’s ever-popular series. If you love the historical mysteries of C. J. Sansom, E. M. Powell and Bernard Cornwell you will love this.Secrets simmer in the lonely wasteland of Dartmoor.Spring, 1312. At Malmaison Manor, Lord Simon is concealing a dark secret – one he arrogantly assumes will never catch up with him. But someone knows about the crime he committed and they’ve found a way to make him pay. And he’s not alone. When he is found mysteriously slain, other deaths soon follow. Meanwhile, ships on the Devonshire coast are being deliberately wrecked, their crews slaughtered, their cargoes plundered.Sir Hugh Corbett and Lord Simon are bound by the Secret Chancery and their search for one precious ruby – the Lacrima Christi. So, when Corbett learns of Lord Simon’s death, he is once more dragged into a tangled web of lies and intrigue and it’s not long before secrets of his own start to surface. As the Hymn to Murder reaches its crescendo, can Corbett confront his past and live to see another day?Praise for Paul Doherty’s dark and suspenseful novels: ‘His fascination for history comes off the page’ Daily Express ‘An opulent banquet to satisfy the most murderous appetite’ Northern Echo ‘Deliciously suspenseful, gorgeously written and atmospheric’ Historical Novels Review ‘Paul Doherty has a lively sense of history . . . evocative and lyrical descriptions’ New Statesmen

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Weight 0.583 kg
Dimensions 38 × 158 × 236 mm
Page Count 368