Category Archives: Roger Shallot

The Relic Murders by Paul Doherty

1523, London and Henry VIII’s eye is beginning to wander in the direction of Anne Boleyn. Meanwhile, due to Roger Shallot ’s machinations, his master, Benjamin Daunbey, is sent to Italy on a diplomatic mission. Sworn to avoid Benjamin’s beloved … Continue reading

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The Gallows Murders by Paul Doherty

The summer of 1523, and London is ravaged by sickness. As Roger Shallot expands his career into the dubious medicine business, King Henry VIII retires to Windsor, only to begin receiving threatening demands. Letters have been received questioning Henry’s right … Continue reading

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A Brood of Vipers by Michael Clynes aka Paul Doherty

1523, London. The Abrizzi family is visiting the court of King Henry VIII as envoys from Florence when the head of the family, Lord Francesco, is shot in the head in a marketplace by an arquebus – a new-fangled hand-cannon. … Continue reading

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The Grail Murders by Michael Clynes aka Paul Doherty

1522, England. Stafford, the Duke of Buckingham is executed for treason by King Henry VIII. He had apparently been searching near Glastonbury for the Holy Grail and Excalibur in order to use them to prove his worth to usurp Henry. … Continue reading

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The Poisoned Chalice by Michael Clynes aka Paul Doherty

It’s 1521, Henry VIII is on the throne – married to Catherine of Aragorn but certainly his roving eye is looking elsewhere. Roger Shallot, and his master, Benjamin Daunbey, are dragged into Henry’s affairs of state, as they are sent … Continue reading

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The White Rose Murders by Michael Clynes aka Paul Doherty

It’s 1517, Henry VIII is on the throne and James IV of Scotland has just been killed on the battlefield at Flodden. His widow, Margaret, Henry’s sister has fled to England and wishes to be restored to Scotland where her … Continue reading

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