The Outlaws Of Ennor by Michael Jecks

Very grateful to the Puzzle Doctor for yet another brilliant review of one of my books. Many thanks!

In Search of the Classic Mystery Novel

Outlaws of EnnorCome to the island of Ennor in the Scilly Isles in the summer of 1323. The perfect holiday spot. OK, the pirates who plague the surrounding waters are a bit of a problem. As is the local lord’s interpretation of the salvage laws – namely that if nobody survives a shipwreck, then the cargo is for the taking. Of course, it’s not necessarily the wreck that kills them…

Once such shipwreck/pirate attack separates Sir Baldwin Furnshill and Bailiff Simon Puttock on their way back from their pilgrimage to Santiago De Compostela. Each, stranded on separate islands, believes the other is dead, but they don’t have any time to mourn. Robert, the tax collector of Ranulph de Blancminster, has been murdered and Simon is recruited to find the killer. On the other island, Baldwin finds another side to the story – Robert was the would-be lover of Baldwin’s married rescuer. As…

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3 Responses to “The Outlaws Of Ennor by Michael Jecks”
  1. drakestraw says:

    Lovely new cover!

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  2. Thanks for the reblog, Michael

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  3. Haven’t got to this one yet so am not reading this! Currently on Tournament of Blood 😊

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