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Michael Jecks was born in Surrey England on 11th November 1960. After drifting through numerous jobs he finally turned to writing and subsequently became one of the finest historical crime fiction writers. His series characters, Simon Puttock and Sir Baldwin Furnshill, are well crafted and accurately set in historical surroundings and situations which the author manages to perfectly balance historical fact and the need for fiction. The series came to the attention of collectors very quickly and early editions were snapped up. Certain titles had very small print runs of approximately 600 copies, with many of those going to public libraries, they are consequently already considered to be rare books. Michael Jecks is highly recommended for those interested in medieval mysteries and stands shoulder to shoulder with the likes of Ellis Peters and PC Doherty.
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The Last Templar Headline 1995
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A Moorland Hanging Headline 1996
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The Abbots Gibbet Ditto 1998
The Lepers Return Headline 1998
Squire Throwleigh's Heir Headline 1999
Belladonna at Belstone Headline 1999
The Traitor of St Giles Headline 2000
The Boy Bishops Glove Maker Headline 2000
The Tournament of Blood Headline 2001
The Sticklepath Strangler Headline 2001
The Devil's Acolyte Ditto 2002
The Mad Monk of Gidleigh Ditto 2002
The Templar's Penance Ditto 2003
The Outlaws of Ennor Headline 2003
The Tolls of Death Ditto 2004
The Chapel of Bones Ditto 2004
The Butcher of St Peter's Ditto 2005
A Friar's Bloodfeud Headline 2005
The Death Ship of Dartmouth Headline 2006
The Malice of Unnatural Death   2006
The Dispensation of Death   2007

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