The Coiners’ Quarrel
by Simon Beaufort

A Sir Geoffrey Mappestone historical mystery.

Westminster, 1102. About to depart for the Holy Land, Sir Geoffrey is suddenly summoned back by the King. When he arrives at Court he finds two argumentative groups of Saxon moneyers, one accusing the other of devaluing the King’s currency. But is there more to it than greed? Geoffrey has no choice but to accept the King’s commission to investigate whether this is part of a treasonous plot – especially as it is his only hope of saving his sister from the consequences of her own involvement.


The Coiners’ Quarrel by Simon Beaufort is available in the following formats

Ebook97817801088961st April 2017N/A352$14.99
Ebook97817801088961st April 2017N/A352£4.99
Paperback97818475181631st June 2018140 X 216mm352$17.95
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Simon Beaufort

Simon Beaufort is the pseudonym of Susanna Gregory and Beau Riffenburgh when they write jointly. Together they have written eight Geoffrey Mappestone novels and contributed to several Medieval Murderer books. In recent years, they have ventured into more modern times – the two Alec Lonsdale novels take place in Victorian London and The Nimrod Murders is set in Edwardian London, while The Murder House takes place in 21st century Bristol and The Killing Ship in the modern-day Antarctic.

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