Deadly injustice

Deadly injustice by Ian Morson

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Ian Morson

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Ian, Ian Morson (English Ian Morson ) British writer, author of a well-known and well-received series of historical detective stories on the activities of the legendary Oxford detective of the thirteenth century William Falconer. Part of a group of British authors who together write historical detective stories - Medieval Murderers . On a regular basis, in addition to Morson, the group includes Bernard Knight , Michael Jecks , Susanna Gregory , < a href = "http://www.flibusta.net/a/14284"> Philip Gooden and TO. J.

Sansom (CJ Sansom). Recently they were joined by Karen Maitland . Ian Morson was born on January 1, 1947 into a working class family in Midland Derby. He studied at a local gymnasium with high academic standards, studied Russian. In 1965 he won a scholarship to study at Oxford and continued studying the Russian language. He was president of the Heritage Society. He was fond of folk music, and regularly performed in clubs and bars, received a research gra...

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Ian, Ian Morson (English Ian Morson ) British writer, author of a well-known and well-received series of historical detective stories on the activities of the legendary Oxford detective of the thirteenth century William Falconer. Part of a group of British authors who together write historical detective stories - Medieval Murderers . On a regular basis, in addition to Morson, the group includes Bernard Knight , Michael Jecks , Susanna Gregory , < a href = "http://www.flibusta.net/a/14284"> Philip Gooden and TO. J. Sansom (CJ Sansom). Recently they were joined by Karen Maitland . Ian Morson was born on January 1, 1947 into a working class family in Midland Derby. He studied at a local gymnasium with high academic standards, studied Russian. In 1965 he won a scholarship to study at Oxford and continued studying the Russian language. He was president of the Heritage Society. He was fond of folk music, and regularly performed in clubs and bars, received a research grant at the University of Leeds for a year in 1968/69 and wrote a dissertation on folk and pop songs. He later worked as an assistant librarian at Harrow, and then as a librarian and senior librarian in the public libraries of London. He turned to writing at the age of 42. Now lives in Cornwell. Writer`s site - www.ianmorson.co.uk/ Bibliography Series Master William Falconer Mystery 1994 - 1. Falconer`s Crusade 1995 - 2. Falconer`s Judgment 1996 - 3. Falconer and the Face of God 1997 - 4. A Psalm for Falconer 1998 - 5. Falconer and the Great Beast 2008 - 6. Falconer and the Ritual of Death 2009 - 7. Falconer`s Trial 2010 - 8. Falconer and the Death of Kings 2013 - 9. Falconer and the Rain of Blood [ b] Nick Zuliani 2007 - 1. City of the Dead 2011 - 2. A Deadly Injustice Collections - Collections Series Medieval Murderers - Medieval Murderers 2005 - 1. The Tainted Relic - Cursed Relic 2006 - 2. Sword of Shame - Cursed Sword 2007 - 3. House of Shadows - Shadowkeep 2008 - 4. The Lost Prophecies 2009 - 5. King Arthur`s Bones 2010 - 6. The Sacred Stone 2011 - 7. Hill of Bones 2012 - 8. The First Murder 2015 - 9. The False Virgin 2014 - 10. The Deadliest Sin