Marked to Die

Marked to Die By Sarah Hawkswood, Marked to Die October His task dispatched a mysterious archer melts back into the forest leaving a pile of corpses in his wake The lord Sheriff of Worcester cannot ignore such a brazen attack on the salt road
  • Title: Marked to Die
  • Author: Sarah Hawkswood
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  • Marked to Die By Sarah Hawkswood, October 1143 His task dispatched, a mysterious archer melts back into the forest leaving a pile of corpses in his wake The lord Sheriff of Worcester cannot ignore such a brazen attack on the salt road from Wich, nor the death of a nobleman in the wrong place at the wrong time And so Hugh Bradecote and Serjeant Catchpoll are dispatched to hunt an elusive killer and his gOctober 1143 His task dispatched, a mysterious archer melts back into the forest leaving a pile of corpses in his wake The lord Sheriff of Worcester cannot ignore such a brazen attack on the salt road from Wich, nor the death of a nobleman in the wrong place at the wrong time And so Hugh Bradecote and Serjeant Catchpoll are dispatched to hunt an elusive killer and his gang, and put a stop to the mounting attacks.But it is not easy to get the culprits in their sights with a reeve keen to keep his position at all costs, a lord with his own ends to serve and a distrusting and vengeful widow to whom Bradecote is increasingly attracted.
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    1. Visit the locations in the novelWhat is going on in Worcester A fine historical mystery that s what I am excited and a little bit sad reading this book It was really good but there s another two in the series before it which I ve missed How did I miss them This is a good one Bradecote and Catchpoll are already my friends and as soon as I ve finished this review, I m off to read the other two as well as writing rhyming poetry apparently I do love historical fiction and always hope it s going to h [...]


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