- Author:Gordon Griffin,Susanna Gregory
- Publisher:Soundings Audio Books; Unabridged edition edition (August 1, 2010)
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A Murder On London Bridge book.
A Murder On London Bridge book.
A Murder on London Bridge Audiobook – Unabridged. Susanna Gregory (Author), Gordon Griffin (Narrator), ISIS Audio Books (Publisher) & 0 more. A Murder on London Bridge. Susanna Gregory (Author), Gordon Griffin (Narrator), ISIS Audio Books (Publisher).
Chaloner woke when his cat jumped on his bed, and the creature was lucky not to be skewered when his dagger slipped into his hand before he was properly cognisant.
Chaloner woke when his cat jumped on his bed, and the creature was lucky not to be skewered when his dagger slipped into his hand before he was properly cognisant the window. The dawn sky was tinged pink and orange, and he recalled his friend Will Leybourn once telling him that such hues were caused by light reflecting off dust particles in the atmosphere. Chaloner had not been sure whether to believe him – science under Charles II was being given rather a free rein, and all sorts of eccentric theories were being aired.
Written by Susanna Gregory, Audiobook narrated by Gordon Griffin. Narrated by: Gordon Griffin.
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There is an electric air of foreboding on the streets of London. An atmosphere Thomas Chaloner fears will only take a small spark to ignite into another civil wa. . There is an electric air of foreboding on the streets of London.
Further west, in the opulence of Somerset House and in the Palace of White Hall, Chaloner gradually realises that the ring-leaders of a rebellion are planning an explosive climax to achieve their goals.
Susanna Gregory is the pseudonym of Elizabeth Cruwys, a Cambridge academic . The Westminster Poisoner (2010). A Murder on London Bridge (2011). The Body in the Thames (2011). The Piccadilly Plot (2012).
Susanna Gregory is the pseudonym of Elizabeth Cruwys, a Cambridge academic who was previously a coroner's officer. She writes detective fiction, and is noted for her series of mediaeval mysteries featuring Matthew Bartholomew, a teacher of medicine and investigator of murders in 14th-century Cambridge. Another series of books, set just after the Restoration of Charles II, features Thomas Chaloner, detective and former spy. This series began with A Conspiracy of Violence published in January 2006.
The Earl of Clarendon hated the London Bridge. He disliked the way its narrow-fronted, teetering houses loomed over the road, meeting overhead to turn it into a shadowy, sinister tunnel. And he disliked the fact that it was always so busy – thick with carts, people and animals.
Susanna Gregory was a police officer in Leeds before taking up an academic career. She conducted post-graduate studies at the University of Durham before earning a PhD at the University of Cambridge. She has spent seventeen field seasons in the polar regions, and has taught comparative anatomy and biological anthropology. Aside from her two popular series of historical mysteries featuring Matthew Bartholomew and Thomas Chaloner, she has also written books on castles of Britain and cathedrals of the world.