A Play of Dux Moraud

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Penguin, Aug 2, 2005 - Fiction - 288 pages
16 Reviews
Performing at the wedding of Sir Edmund Deneby's daughter, the player Joliffe has another task to perform—as a spy. As he uncovers the secrets of the Denebys' sordid history, it becomes clear that this wedding celebration is destined to end in tragedy.

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Review: A Play of Dux Moraud (Joliffe the Player #2)

User Review  - Mike McAdam - Goodreads

This book series, and this book in particular, is a lot of fun! (If you can get past a dreadful title... if I was browsing in a bookstore I wouldn't pick this up in a million years... thank god for a ... Read full review

Review: A Play of Dux Moraud (Joliffe the Player #2)

User Review  - Poetreehugger - Goodreads

I'm enjoying reading my way through the Sister Frevisse and player Joliffe series. The character development with the passing of time is well done and satisfying to see. Read full review

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Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19

Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 20
Chapter 21

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About the author (2005)

Margaret Frazer is the award-winning author of more than twenty historical murder mysteries and novels. She makes her home in Minneapolis, Minnesota, surrounded by her books, but she lives her life in the 1400s. In writing her Edgar-nominated Sister Frevisse (The Novice's Tale) and Player Joliffe (A Play of Isaac) novels she delves far inside medieval perceptions, seeking to look at medieval England more from its point of view than ours. "Because the pleasure of going thoroughly into otherwhen as well as otherwhere is one of the great pleasures in reading." She can be visited online at http: //www.margaretfrazer.com.

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