The Herald of Hell
by Paul Doherty

Who is the terrifying Herald of Hell, who brings violence to the streets of London each night? Friar-sleuth Brother Athelstan investigates, in this gripping British medieval mystery.

May, 1381. The Great Revolt draws ever nearer. The Upright Men openly roam the streets of London, waiting for the violence to begin. Their mysterious envoy, the Herald of Hell, appears at night all over the city, striking terror into the hearts of those who oppose them. But who is he?

When his chancery clerk is found hanged in a notorious Southwark brothel, the ruthless Thibault, John of Gaunt’s Master of Secrets, summons Brother Athelstan to investigate. Did Amaury Whitfield really kill himself following a visit from the terrifying Herald of Hell? Athelstan is unconvinced.

In the dead man’s possession was a manuscript containing a great secret which he had been striving to decipher. If he could only unlock the cipher and interpret the messages being carried to the so-called Herald of Hell, Athelstan would be one step closer to catching the killer. But can he crack the code before the Great Revolt begins?

Editions

The Herald of Hell by Paul Doherty is available in the following formats

Hardback978178029079930th September 2015145 X 235mm224$28.99
Hardback978178029079930th September 2015145 X 235mm224£19.99
Ebook978178010710320th December 2015N/A224£4.99
Ebook978178010710320th December 2015N/A224$6.99
Paperback978178029563330th June 2016140 X 215mm224£12.99
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Paul Doherty

Paul Doherty has written over 100 books and was awarded the Herodotus Award, for lifelong achievement for excellence in the writing of historical mysteries by the Historical Mystery Appreciation Society. His books have been translated into more than twenty languages and include the historical mysteries of Brother Athelstan and Hugh Corbett.

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