The Lost Abbot: The Nineteenth Chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew (Chronicles of Matthew Bartholomew)

The Lost Abbot: The Nineteenth Chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew (Chronicles of Matthew Bartholomew)

By: Susanna Gregory (author)Paperback

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In the summer of 1358 Matthew Bartholomew finds himself one of a party of Bishop's Commissioners, sent north to investigate the mysterious disappearance of the Abbot of Peterborough. He and his colleagues quickly learn that behind the beautiful facade of the Benedictine monastery there is a vicious struggle for power, and that not everyone would be happy to see the prelate's safe return. This unrest and discontent seems to have spread throughout the town, and there are bitter rivalries between competing shrines and the financial benefits of the relics they hold. One of these shrines is dedicated to Lawrence de Oxforde, a robber and murderer who was executed for his crimes, but who has been venerated ever since miracles started occurring at his grave. But when Bartholomew and his friend Brother Michael go to investigate, they find murder instead...

About Author

Susanna Gregory was a police officer in Leeds before taking up an academic career. She has served as an environmental consultant, worked seventeen field seasons in the polar regions, and has taught comparative anatomy and biological anthropology. She is the creator of the Matthew Bartholomew series of mysteries set in medieval Cambridge and the Thomas Chaloner adventures in Restoration London, and now lives in Wales with her husband, who is also a writer.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780751549744
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 416
  • ID: 9780751549744
  • weight: 310
  • ISBN10: 0751549746

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