London: Heinemann, . First edition. Fine in dust jacket. The year is 1369 and the atmosphere in the city of York is one of fear and superstition. Rumors are abound that the many deaths at St. Leonard's Hospital are no accidents --- the hospital is in debt; there have been a rash of thefts; and a former prostitute has been appointed as the lay sister. Owen Archer is employed to investigate the superstitious deaths.
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