The Traitor of St. Giles (Knights Templar, Book 9)

The Traitor of St. Giles (Knights Templar, Book 9)

Michael Jecks

Tiverton is getting ready for the banquet of St Giles. Philip Dyne is within the church of St Peter's, claiming sanctuary for homicide. He has the same opinion to abjure the world, and units off as a penitent.

Sir Baldwin and Simon arrive at Sir Hugh de Courtenay's citadel at Tiverton, simply as one other physique is located, that of Sir Gilbert of Carlisle, chanced on close to the decapitated physique of Dyne.

Sir Gilbert's horse and cash are long past, however the coroner is eager to shut the problem and claim that Dyne killed the knight and used to be then slain as an outlaw. Case closed.

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