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Down by the Salley Gardens - The Savernake Novels 3

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Down by the Salley Gardens - The Savernake Novels 3

The date is 1204

A loathed priest. A shocking secret. A terrible curse.

The peaceful village of Durley deep in the Savernake Forest, of which Sir Aumary Belvoir is lord, is rocked by a bloody and unholy murder.
The village priest lies gruesomely slain in his house; dead of twenty knife blows and everyone knows the steward cursed him with twenty knife blows.
Is Pierson guilty? Aumary Belvoir isn’t so certain.

Digging into the past, he realises that his manor is not the serene place he imagines.
Some very nasty secrets lie buried just under the surface and someone is determined to keep them buried.

Following on from the shocking revelation in She Moved Through the Fair, we find Aumary drawing again on his considerable skills of detection.
The stately willow trees of the riverside Salley Gardens hold a disturbing mystery only he can unravel.

Have you ever wondered what might be the story behind some of our most beloved ancient folk songs? The third book in the Savernake series, offers a disquieting explanation of this well known song.

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