20% OFF SITEWIDE** with code READ20

A Murder of Crows

As low as $18.99
Published: June 2012
Published: June 2012
Published: April 2010
SKU: SBCNFG7379
SKU: 9781590587379
SKU: 9781590586587

Ships worldwide

View Shipping Details

Overview

"Carey and Dodd are back...the best detective pairing since Holmes and Watson."—SHARON KAY PENMAN, New York Times bestselling author

It's September 1592, and Sergeant Dodd is still in London with dashing courtier Sir Robert Carey. Carey urgently needs to get back to Carlisle where he is the Deputy Warden; the raiding season is about to begin. However, his powerful father, Henry, Lord Hunsdon, wants him to solve the mystery of a badly decomposed corpse that has washed up from the Thames on Her Majesty's privy steps.

Meanwhile, although he hates London, Sergeant Dodd has decided not to go north until he has taken revenge for his mistreatment by the Queen's Vice Chamberlain, Thomas Heneage. Carey's father wants him to sue, but none of the lawyers in London will take the brief against such a dangerous courtier. Soon a mysterious young lawyer with a pock-marked face eagerly offers to help Dodd. And then, just as Carey is resigning himself to the delay, the one person he really does not want to see again arrives in London to stir up everything.

Product Details

  • Size: 5.50 in x 8.50 in
  • Pages: Paperback - 272, Paperback Large Print - 416
"This fast-moving tale becomes a winner...A fun read for fans of Elizabethan mysteries." — Library Journal
"Chisholm's fifth mystery starring Sir Robert Carey, deputy warren of the English West Marsh, is brimming with Elizabethan atmosphere and historical detail...This very busy plot will delight historical fans who enjoy local color. Recommend Chisholm's series to fans of Karen Harper and Simon Hawke." — Barbara Bibel, Booklist
"Sir Robert Carey is back at last in this fifth novel in PF Chisholm's Sir Robert Carey series, with the redoubtable Sergeant Henry Dodd matching wits with Sir Robert's mother, the darling and deadly Lady Hunsdon. Well worth the wait." — Dana Stabenow, New York Times Bestselling Author
"The author, a master of the time period, paints a vivid picture of life in London, especially in the seamier undersides. Will Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe are present, as is the 'King of London.'" — Historical Novel Society
"The renegade English professor in me let out a howl of delight." — Joanne Dobson, author of the Karen Pelletier mysteries
Write Your Own Review
You're reviewing:A Murder of Crows
Your Rating
All content and design copyright © Sourcebooks, LLC 2022. All Rights Reserved.