A Surfeit of Miracles: An Ela of Salisbury Medieval Mystery

A Surfeit of Miracles: An Ela of Salisbury Medieval Mystery

by J. G. Lewis
A Surfeit of Miracles: An Ela of Salisbury Medieval Mystery

A Surfeit of Miracles: An Ela of Salisbury Medieval Mystery

by J. G. Lewis

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Overview

Salisbury, 1231
Ela Longespée, High Sheriff of Wiltshire, sets out to find the killer of a man found dead inside the nearby circle of ancient stones. Except that the victim is later seen walking in Salisbury and claims to have risen from the dead. He ingratiates himself with the people of Salisbury and even the bishop, but Ela suspects the man is a charlatan and a murderer. Can she learn the truth when even the jury thinks he's a living saint?

The Ela of Salisbury Medieval Mystery Series
This series features a real historical figure—the formidable Ela Longespée. The young Countess of Salisbury was chosen to marry King Henry II's illegitimate son William. After her husband's untimely death, Ela served as High Sheriff of Wiltshire, castellan of Salisbury Castle, and ultimately founder and abbess of Lacock Abbey.

Book 1: Cathedral of Bones
Book 2: Breach of Faith
Book 3: The Lost Child
Book 4: Forest of Souls
Book 5: The Bone Chess Set
Book 6: Cloister of Whispers
Book 7: Palace of Thorns
Book 8: A Surfeit of Miracles
Coming 2023: Book 9: The d'Albiac Inheritance

Product Details

BN ID: 2940186792062
Publisher: Stoneheart Press
Publication date: 10/15/2022
Series: Ela of Salisbury Medieval Mysteries , #8
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 565,575
File size: 703 KB

About the Author

J. G. Lewis grew up in London, England. She came to the U.S. for college and a career as a museum curator.

Her mysteries evolved from the idea of bringing almost-forgotten but fascinating historical figures to life by creating stories for them. The Ela of Salisbury series features the formidable Ela Longespée, wife of King Henry II's illegitimate son William. The widowed mother of eight children, Ela served as High Sheriff of Wiltshire and castellan of Salisbury and ultimately founder and abbess of Lacock Abbey.
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