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Serpent in the Thorns: A Medieval Noir

Serpent in the Thorns: A Medieval Noir


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Serpent in the Thorns: A Medieval Noir

By Jeri Westerson

Publisher: St. Martin’s Press, September 29, 2009

ISBN: 9780312534981

A simple-minded tavern girl stirs up trouble for Crispin when a body is found in her room, killed by an arrow. Making matters worse, the murdered man was one of three couriers from France, transporting a relic with grave diplomatic implications. Now, as time runs out, Crispin must unravel the conspiracy behind the murder to save not only his country, but himself as well.



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