A Newly Crimsoned Reliquary

A Newly Crimsoned Reliquary

by Donna Fletcher Crow

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Overview

Translating an ancient document in an Oxford convent should be a harmless venture, but Felicity just can't seem to avoid danger. It's hardly Felicity's fault, though, that severed body parts start showing up in ancient holy reliquaries. Or that Felicity and one of the nuns is assaulted. Then Antony arrives in Oxford with a group of students and is disconcerted to learn that Felicity has forged an uneasy friendship with his estranged sister. The family situation is further complicated when Antony is obliged to rush to the bedside of his dying uncle in Blackpool. The exultation of All Saints' Day plunges to the anguish of grief on All Souls' when Felicity encounters yet another body.

Who will be the next victim of the murderer stalking the shadows of Oxford's hallowed shrines?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781541036642
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 12/09/2016
Series: Monastery Murders , #4
Pages: 302
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.63(d)

About the Author

Donna Fletcher Crow is the author of 50 books, mostly novels of British history. The award-winning Glastonbury, The Novel of Christian England, an epic covering 15 centuries of English history, is her best-known work. She also authors The Lord Danvers Mysteries. A Tincture of Murder is her latest in these Victorian true-crime novels. The Elizabeth & Richard Mysteries are her literary suspense series of which A Most Singular Venture is the latest. An All-Consuming Fire is the next of Felicity and Antony's adventures in the Monastery Murders. Donna and her husband of 50 years live in Boise, Idaho. They have 4 adult children and 14 grandchildren. She is an enthusiastic gardener.
To read more about all of Donna's books and see pictures from her garden and research trips, please visit www.DonnaFletcherCrow.com
You can follow her on Facebook at Donna Fletcher Crow, Novelist of British History

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