7 edition of The Sticklepath Strangler found in the catalog.
September 1, 2005
by Headline Book Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
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The Sticklepath Strangler provides the reader with a good idea of the hardships of a small vill in the 14th century, just after the famine. The characters are divers and realistic and while not necessarily likeable, they were interesting.
The story itself is an exciting and well plotted mystery, with a nice dose of superstition.4/5(28). Such is the basis for Michael Jecks’ The Sticklepath Strangler, the twelfth in his excellent series featuring Sir Baldwin de Furnshill, Knight’s Templar and Keeper of the King’s Peace in Crediton.
(Yes, I’m super-duper behind.) The novel is set several years ago after the great famine in the British Isles from/5(15). In their 12th adventure (after The Leper of St.
Giles), Sir Baldwin Furnshill, Keeper of the King's Peace, and Simon Puttock, bailiff, friend, and cosleuth, arrive at the village of Sticklepath, where residents have discovered a girl's skeleton/5(31). The Sticklepath Strangler by Michael Jecks - Part of the Knights Templar Adventure series, repackaged for a new generation of fans Two girls find the The Sticklepath Strangler book Sticklepath Strangler | Book by Michael Jecks | Official Publisher Page | Simon & SchusterReleased on: Octo Title: The Sticklepath Strangler Author Name: Jecks, Michael Categories: Mystery - Historical, Mystery, Signed Books, Edition: First Edition Publisher: London, Headline: ISBN Number: X ISBN Number Binding: hardcover Book Condition: SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR on the title page.
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Get this from a library. The Sticklepath strangler. [Michael Jecks] -- InBaldwin Furnshill and Simon Puttock are called to the village of Sticklepath in Devonshire to investigate a girl's death. They soon discovers that the girl was not the only one to be. Book Review - The Sticklepath Strangler by Michael Jecks One reason I love reading historical mysteries is sometimes you learn something, if you’re not careful.
Understandably, authors of this genre might take creative liberties with facts for the sake of entertainment, but more often, they are not afraid to include gut-churning details that.
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OTHER BOOKS. King Arthur's Bones: A Historical Mystery; The King of. Book 2. The Merchant's Partner. by Michael Jecks. Ratings 58 Reviews published 25 editions. The Knights Templar The Sticklepath Strangler. by Michael Jecks. Ratings 28 Reviews published 2 : Michael Jecks.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help4/5. The Sticklepath Strangler by Michael Jecks - Part of the Knights Templar Adventure series, repackaged for a new generation of fans Two girls find the Released on: Octo The second book of the series is known as “The Merchant’s Partner”.
This was published in and has about 17 editions. These two books are the same books that mark the beginning of his journey as a writer. The Last Templar. This is the pioneer book of the Knights Templar Mysteries (Series by Michael Jecks).
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Book Overview As the summer of brings sun to the Devonshire countryside, it seems that the small village of Sticklepath is destined to remain in darkness.
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How to Write a Book Review.Order of Knights Templar Mysteries Books The Knights Templar series is a series of historical mystery novels by British author Michael Jecks. The series follows Sir Baldwin Furnshill, who was at one time a Knight Templar, along with his friend Simon Puttock, Bailiff of Lydford Castle.