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Too Good to Hang


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Author Sarah Hawkswood
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April, 1145. Thorgar the Ploughman is found by the bloodied body of Father Edmund, a village priest in Ripple, and is summarily hanged for being caught in the act, despite his insistence that he is innocent. His sister goes to Worcester to seek justice for her brother, and the lord Sheriff sends Hugh Bradecote, with Serjeant Catchpoll and Underserjeant Walkelin to discover the truth. They soon find that the ploughman was indeed blameless, but uncover strong motives for the killing and some unpleasant secrets in Ripple.

Was it the priest’s own wrongdoing that led to his death, or a whisper of treasure long lost and now re-discovered?

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"Hawkswood clearly knows her stuff, both as a historian and a crafter of mysteries"

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