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Chronicle of Brother Hermitage Number Seven hits the paper trail
It’s still medieval and still very silly….
A hidden monastery in the depths of England’s depths?
A secret that could rock the church to its core?
A trail of clues that can only be interpreted by an expert?
This all sounds rather familiar….
Except the expert is Brother Hermitage, so I wouldn’t get your hopes up.
Called once more by King William – who doesn’t even know what he’s calling for – Hermitage, Cwen and Wat the weaver set off to deal with the greatest mystery of all. A mystery that has been protected and guarded for years by a secret brotherhood sworn by awful oaths.
A mystery only known to a priest who now happens to be dead.
A mystery hidden in a monastery that isn’t even supposed to exist.
A mystery of such value that the unscrupulous and greedy are also after it, and these particular unscrupulous and greedy know Brother Hermitage very well indeed.
Will all be revealed in a satisfactory manner?
Will the convoluted trail lead to a revelation of staggering significance?
Hardly. This is a Chronicle of Brother Hermitage, after all….
CAUTION: Not for the historically humourless.
Howard of Warwick has previous form…
“Absolutely hilarious” 5*
“I laughed, I had tears running down my face” 5*