6 edition of The Tainted Relic (Medieval Murderers Group 1) found in the catalog.
April 1, 2007
by Simon & Schuster UK
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||512|
BEST BOOKS. AUTHORS. The Tainted Relic Simon Beaufort, Author, Bernard Knight, Author, Michael Jecks, Author). Simon & Schuster U.K. $ (p) ISBN . The stories of all these writers are tied together by one common theme, the tainted relic. The relic in this story is a piece of the true cross, in a glass vial in a wooden box. In the 12th century a knight is handed the relic in Jerusalem during the First Crusade/5(6).
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The Tainted Relic is a collection of 5 related short stories centered around a relic. The relic, a splinter of the one true cross, was cursed at the beginning of the story during a crusade in Jerusalem in AD.
Whoever touches the relic will die once they relinquish the relic from their possession/guardianship/5. That six different authors can pull off a novel together as seamless and intense as The Tainted Relic by the Medieval Murderers group says a good deal about the writing in this book Each member of the Medieval Murderers Group is already the author The Tainted Relic book his/her own series of books starring an amateur sleuth in the Middle Ages.4/5(36).
That six different authors can pull off a novel together as seamless and intense as The Tainted Relic by the Medieval Murderers group says a good deal about the writing in this book Each member of the Medieval Murderers Group is already the author of his/her own series of books starring an amateur sleuth in the Middle Ages.4/5(37).
The relic is said to be cursed: anyone who touches it will meet an untimely and gruesome end. Several decades later, the Cross turns up in the possession of a dealer, robbed and murdered en route to Glastonbury.
Investigating the death, Bernard Knight's protagonist, Crowner John learns of its dark history.4/5(37). Order The Tainted Relic from Amazon: Order the hardback edition or; order the paperback edition. The Tainted Relic is published as an unabridged audiobook, narrated by Stephen Thorne, (ISBN: ISBN: 1 8), by Whole Story Audio Books.
Order it direct from the WSAB web site, where you can also listen to an extract. Lee "The Tainted Relic" por The Medieval Murderers disponible en Rakuten Kobo. July, Jerusalem lies ransacked. Amidst the chaos, an English knight is entrusted with a valuable religious relic /5.
The Tainted Relic (The Medieval Murderers) Hardcover – 3 May by Bernard Knight (Author), Michael Jecks (Author), Susanna Gregory (Author), out of 5 stars 37 ratings Book 1 of 10 in the Medieval Murderers SeriesReviews: The Tainted Relic is the first novel written under the Medieval Murderers brand.
This is the story of a cursed religious relic, a piece of the original Holy Cross. It leaves a trail of murder and devastation in the lives of those who hold it. A relic seemed a suitably medieval theme for us all, and it went from there.
Our first book was entitled The Tainted Relic, and had chapters by Michael Jecks, Bernard Knight, Ian Morson, Philip Gooden and me.
We enjoyed it so much that we almost immediately began working on The Sword of Shame. And we haven’t stopped since. The Tainted Relic (Medieval Murderers Book 1) Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device s: Book Overview This description may be from another edition of this product.
In five interlinked chronological tales (and a prologue), a brilliant cast of medieval sleuths created by Michael Jecks, Susanna Gregory, Bernard Knight, Ian Morson, Philip Gooden, and Simon /5(5). The Tainted Relic is also available as an audio CD, read by Stephen Thorne.
It can be ordered from either or Whole Story Audiobooks. Whole Story. Prologue: In which Simon Beaufort begins the tale with Sir Geoffrey Mappestone in Julyand describes how the relic leaves the Holy Land and arrives in England. Inin Exeter, Michael Jecks' Sir Baldwin has reason to suspect its involvement in at least five violent deaths.
Thirty years later, several suspicious deaths occur in Cambridge - and, once again, the tainted relic has a crucial part to play.
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During the chaos, an English knight is given a relic to safeguard – a fragment of the True Cross, which is believed to have been stained with the blood of.Susanna Gregory is the pseudonym under which she writes the Matthew Bartholomew series of mystery novels, set in fourteenth-century Cambridge, the most recent of which, The Tarnished Chalice, has just been published in hardback.
She also writes historical mysteries under the name of ‘Simon Beaufort’.4/5(32).