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Cambridge, 1392. Matthew Bartholomew, physician to Michaelhouse College, is called to examine some mysterious bones found in the King's Ditch. Next day he is called to the Ditch again: a student has been found dead there. Meanwhile, there is unrest in the town, and the strange disappearance of Dominica, former lover of the dead student and daughter of Waterstone, the well-known Principal of a Cambridge student hostel. Are these events connected? Then a skeletal hand is found in the Ditch, hailed by townsfolk as the final remains of local martyr Simon d'Ambrey, and hence a holy relic. When Bartholomew finds that the hand is wearing a ring apparently identical to a pair that were worn by Dominica and her ex-lover, and now missing, he knows that his investigative skills are called for. An engaging and intricate historical mystery.
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The third Matthew Bartholomew chronicle, an engaging and intricate historical mystery.Synopsis:
Cambridge, 1392. Matthew Bartholomew, physician to Michaelhouse College is repeatedly called to the King's Ditch to investigate the discoveries of some bones, a body and then a skeletal hand. Are the events connected? And where is Dominica, former lover of the dead student, who has now disappeared?
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Book Description Little, Brown and Company, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: Very Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Fine. First Edition. "The Third Chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew." Text block shows usual light tanning but is tight with no loose pages, no markings, and no dog-eared pages. Appears unread. Dust jacket shows no wear or tears. Dust jacket is protected in clear mylar wrapper; bubble wrapped, boxed, and shipped with USPS Tracking (USA only). Signed on title page. Seller Inventory # 002073
Book Description Little Brown, 1997. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110316882801