Falconer and the Great Beast

Falconer and the Great Beast #2020

Falconer and the Great Beast Oxford is forced to play host to the Tartars a tribe from the East whose deeds have wreaked havoc in France and Germany When it appears the Tartar ambassador is murdered in cold blood Falconer
  • Title: Falconer and the Great Beast
  • Author: Ian Morson
  • ISBN: 9780575600652
  • Page: 130
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1268 Oxford is forced to play host to the Tartars, a tribe from the East whose deeds have wreaked havoc in France and Germany When it appears the Tartar ambassador is murdered in cold blood, Falconer takes the case.
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    This installment of the case studies of Master William Falconer, Master Regent of Aristotle Hall in Oxford, sees him trying to solve the mysterious murder of the Tartar Ambassador to the English royal Court in the medieval equivalent of the locked room Many hate and fear these fearsome warriors but who is responsible Sir Hugh Leyghton whose beloved older brother Geoffrey, a Templar Knight, was cut down by the Tartars at the Battle of Leignitz Brother Bernard who was a friend of Geoffrey and a fe [...]

    Ian Morson s Falconer and the Great Beast is the 5th entry into Morson s Medieval mystery series based in 1268 in Oxford His protagonist is William Falconer, Regent Master at Oxford The Beast in the title is an aging beast that the town finds strange an elephant King Henry III s elephant This is an interesting book with the introduction of Mongol warriors into Medieval Oxford, there is a high degree of mistrust on both sides While this story is not as exciting as some of the books in this series [...]

    An interesting book,with the introduction of Mongol warriors into Medieval Oxford Not as exciting as some of the books in this series,but worth reading.

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