Researching Monastery Murders Book 3: An Unholy Communion
An idyllic pilgrimage through Wales becomes a deadly struggle between good and evil.
First light, Ascension morning. From the top of the tower at the College of Transfiguration, voices rise in song. But Felicity's delight turns to horror when a black-robed body hurtles over the precipice and lands at her feet.
Her fiance Father Antony recognizes the corpse as Hwyl Pendry, a former student, who has been serving as Deliverance Minister in a Welsh diocese. The police ignore the strange emblem of a double-headed snake clutched in the dead man's hand, labeling the death a suicide. But Hwyl's widow is convinced otherwise, and pleads for Felicity and Antony to help her uncover the truth.
Matters grow murkier as Felicity and Antony, leading a youth pilgrimage through rural Wales, encounter the same sinister symbol as they travel. Lurking figures follow them. Then a body is found face-down in a well...
Youthwalk pilgrimage London to Walsingham
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Bishop's Palace, St. David's
St. Non's Retreat House, St. David's
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Book 5: A Lethal Spectre
The Monastery Murders:
Book 1: A Very Private Grave
Book 2: A Darkly Hidden Truth
Book 3: An Unholy Communion
Book 4: A Newly Crimsoned Reliquary
Book 5: An All-Consuming Fire
Book 6: Against All Fierce Hostility
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Book 1: The Flame Ignites
Book 3: A Midsummer Eve's Nightmare
Book 4: A Jane Austen Encounter
Book 5: A Most Singular Venture
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