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Revelation - The Shardlake Series 4 (Paperback)
  • Revelation - The Shardlake Series 4 (Paperback)

Revelation - The Shardlake Series 4 (Paperback)

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Spring, 1543. King Henry VIII is attempting to woo Lady Catherine Parr. Archbishop Cranmer and the embattled Protestant faction at court are watching keenly, for Lady Catherine is known to have reformist sympathies. Matthew Shardlake, meanwhile, is working on the case of a teenage boy, a religious maniac locked in the Bedlam hospital for the insane. Should he be released to his parents, when his terrifying actions could lead to him being burned as a heretic? When an old friend is horrifically murdered Shardlake promises his widow, for whom he has long had complicated feelings, to bring the killer to justice. His search leads him to both Cranmer and Catherine Parr - and the dark prophecies of the Book of Revelation.

Publisher: Pan Macmillan
ISBN: 9781447285861

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