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The Saint John's Fern Kate Sedley

The Saint John's Fern By Kate Sedley

The Saint John's Fern by Kate Sedley


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Summary

It's October 1477 and Roger the Chapman arrives in Plymouth to be confronted by the brutal murder of Master Capstick. The chief suspect is Capstick's great-nephew Beric, who has managed to completely vanish. Roger begins his own enquiries, an action which provokes an attempt on his life.

The Saint John's Fern Summary

The Saint John's Fern by Kate Sedley

It is October 1477 and Roger the Chapman, still basking in wedded bliss, is surprised to find himself feeling restless again. He soon sets off on his travels, driven south by the feeling he is needed there. Roger eventually arrives in Plymouth to be confronted by the brutal murder of a wealthy old man, Master Capstick. The old man s great-nephew, Beric is widely believed to have committed the murder, but has vanish completely. Locals rumour suggests that Beric has eaten the Saint John s fern which can make a man invisible. Roger, quick to dismiss such old-fashioned beliefs, begins his own investigation and soon finds his life in danger. It appears that he is close to a truth that is even more extraordinary than the superstition...

About Kate Sedley

Kate Sedley is married with a son, a daughter and three grandchildren.

Additional information

GOR003314927
9780747274964
0747274967
The Saint John's Fern by Kate Sedley
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Headline Publishing Group
19991202
288
N/A
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