Crowner's Crusade

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Severn House, 2012 - Fiction - 217 pages
6 Reviews
1192. Returning from the Holy Land at the end of the Third Crusade with Richard the Lionheart, King of England, Sir John de Wolfe, a Devon knight, finds England simmering with rebellion. Discovering a body washed up on the shores of the River Exe, its throat cut, Sir John deduces that he was a king’s courier. Tasked by Hubert Walter, the Chief Justiciar, to find out why the man died and who killed him, Sir John de Wolfe finds himself drawn unwillingly into affairs of state. His new career as a king’s coroner is about to begin . . .

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Review: Crowner's Crusade (Crowner John Mystery #15)

User Review  - Josh Carroll - Goodreads

Rich in historical substance and interesting characters but not much action or suspense. You can tell this is a prequel trying to fill in gaps that, I assume, are alluded to in the other books on the series. Read full review

Review: Crowner's Crusade (Crowner John Mystery #15)

User Review  - April - Goodreads

Wow. That was really boring. Maybe it's because it's a prequel to a well established series. I think I'll still try the first book since I'm interested in the time period. Read full review

About the author (2012)

Bernard Knight is a retired Home Office pathologist renowned for his work on such high-profile cases as the Fred and Rosemary West murders. Bernard is the author of the 'Crowner John' series, as well as the Dr Richard Pryor forensic mystery series.

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