In the swirling mists of Oxford, Regent Master Wililam Falconer, Aristotelian phhilosopher and amateur sleuth, searches for the whereabouts of his mentor, Roger Bacon. But a political intrigue is about to explode. The Papal Legate's brother -- a master cook -- is killed with an arrow during a student riot. While authorities crack down on the disorder and zealots warn of the Apocalypse, Falconer begins an investigation. Now the man of reason must enter a labyrinth of madness -- where ambition, deceit, and murder are the order of hte day.
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About the Author
Ian Morson studied at Oxford University and lives in Berkhamsted, England. He is the author of Falconer's Crusade.
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