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A Play of Heresy (Joliffe the Player, Book 7) by Margaret Frazer

By Margaret Frazer

From the pages of the nationwide bestselling Dame Frevisse mysteries...

A pageant OF MURDER...

In the early summer time of 1438, Joliffe and his fellow avid gamers have arrived in Coventry for the theatrical competition of Corpus Christi Day. hired via one of many city's wealthy and robust service provider guilds, they plan to give of the numerous performs to be able to extravagantly depict all of God's tale in a parade of pomp and pageantry.

But whilst they arrange to accomplish the Nativity, Joliffe might be known as directly to play a smart guy off the level to boot. whilst the service provider grasp Kydwa is going lacking and is presumed lifeless, the crafty Bishop Beaufort calls on Joliffe's abilities as a secret agent to discover the mysteries of Coventry's elite. As suspicion falls on his personal partners, Joliffe is drawn into the devilish machinations of a mystery sect of heretics bent on destroying the Church. The avid gamers might be pressured to offer the harrowing of Hell, yet will Joliffe be ready to get to the bottom of a confession of corruption prior to Coventry's darkish enigmas unharness a medieval bloodbath of the innocents?


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I really didn’t appreciate the way she treated her. She was trying to tell her she wasn’t the one who turned it off and she didn’t know how it happened, but the doctor wouldn’t listen to her, she just kept running her mouth and fussing and it made me upset even with the doctor because she didn’t listen to the nurse and I thought that wasn’t professional either. I thought she was really harsh SEVEN STORIES 29 with the young lady. It made me very upset and I felt sorry for the staff. It would have been easy to handle this situation in a more professional manner by taking the nurse in the office or pulling her aside and talking with her and getting a true understanding.

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