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Falconer's Judgement 

Falconer's Judgement (1995)
(The second book in the Master William Falconer Mystery series)
A novel by Ian Morson

 
As Pope Alexander lies dying, the brother of one of his likely successors is killed by an arrow. Can it really be a rioting student who is responsible? This is the second case for the 13th-century detective, Oxford Regent Master William Falconer.

Genre: Historical Mystery
 
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Hardback Editions

February 1996 : Hardback
Title: Falconer's Judgement
Author(s): Ian Morson
ISBN: 0312139713 / 9780312139711 (USA edition)
Publisher: St Martins Pr
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April 1995 : Hardback
Title: Falconer's Judgement
Author(s): Ian Morson
ISBN: 0575057866 / 9780575057869 (UK edition)
Publisher: Orion
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Paperback Editions

November 2011 : Paperback
Title: Falconer's Judgement (Medieval Mysteries)
Author(s): Ian Morson
ISBN: 1906288631 / 9781906288631 (UK edition)
Publisher: Ostara Publishing
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   

February 1997 : Mass Market Paperback
Title: Falconer's Judgement (A William Falconer Medieval Mystery)
Author(s): Ian Morson
ISBN: 0312961510 / 9780312961510 (USA edition)
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
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June 1996 : Paperback
Title: Falconer's Judgement (A medieval Oxford mystery)
Author(s): Ian Morson
ISBN: 0575600047 / 9780575600041 (UK edition)
Publisher: Orion
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Kindle Editions

November 2011 : Kindle edition
Title: Falconer's Judgement
Author(s): Ian Morson
ISBN: B0069CI5AK
Publisher: Ostara Publishing
Availability: Amazon   Amazon UK   

 


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