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The pointless investigations of the useless medieval investigator, Brother Hermitage.
England 1066: At the monastery of De'Ath's Dingle, during a completely pointless theological debate, there is a mysterious death.
Routine business for the average investigative medieval monk.
Unfortunately this isn’t a tale of average monks.
Anyone who would put the idiot Brother Simon in charge of a murder investigation is either one chant short of a plainsong, or is up to something.
When Brother Hermitage, innocent in every way, including bystanding, is lined up for execution, he begins to wonder if something might be going on. Perhaps his new companion Wat, weaver of pornographic tapestry, can figure out what it is. Before it's too late.
If you are a lover of the historical detective genre, if you have a deep respect for the worlds created, don’t read this book. It’ll only upset you.
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