Category Archives: Hugh Corbett

The Puzzly – The ISOTCMN Book Of The Month – November 2013

November – not the most successful month for me in terms of reading. Busy times at work and starting to look for a new house has meant little time for reading. My apologies again if you’re waiting for a review … Continue reading

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The Mysterium by Paul Doherty

London, 1304, and a prison break leads to a slaughter on the villains involved, after they have sealed themselves inside a church, the same church the secret assassin known as the Mysterium vanished without a trace from many years. But … Continue reading

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The Waxman Murders by Paul Doherty

October 1300, and the warcog, “The Waxman”, captained by one Adam Blackstock, has been terrorising the seas off the coast of South East England. Blackstock has seized the key to untold riches – “The Cloister Map” – but is betrayed … Continue reading

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The Magician’s Death by Paul Doherty

Two years, I’ve been blogging about mystery novels. Well, two years and three days, but what’s three days between friends? Throughout this time, I’ve kept one thing foremost in my mind – read what I want to read. Despite this … Continue reading

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The Treason Of The Ghosts by Paul Doherty

Five years previously, the village of Melford was plagued by a terrible killer, violating and murdering a string of young women. Sir Roger Chapeleys was tried, convicted and executed of the crimes and peace reigned once more… for a while. … Continue reading

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The Demon Archer by Paul Doherty

Ashdown Forest, St Matthew’s Day, 1303. The outlaw known as the Owlman stalks the forest, determined to make trouble for Lord Henry Fitzalan, an all-round leching, witch-consorting, selfish, nasty piece of work. But who exactly is the Owlman? And does … Continue reading

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The Devil’s Hunt by Paul Doherty

1303, Oxford. The mysterious Bell Man haunts the streets of the University town, posting treasonous notices on church doors. There are tales of devil worship in the woods around the city. Beggars have been found outside the city walls, decapitated, … Continue reading

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