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TitlesOrder
Crowner's Crusade by Bernard KnightPrequel
The Sanctuary Seeker by Bernard Knight1
The Poisoned Chalice by Bernard Knight2
Crowner's Quest by Bernard Knight3
The Awful Secret by Bernard Knight4
The Tinner's Corpse by Bernard Knight5
The grim reaper by Bernard Knight6
Fear in the Forest by Bernard Knight7
The Witch Hunter by Bernard Knight8
Figure of Hate by Bernard Knight9
The Elixir of Death by Bernard Knight10
The Noble Outlaw by Bernard Knight11
The Manor of Death by Bernard Knight12
Crowner Royal by Bernard Knight13
A Plague of Heretics by Bernard Knight14

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  2. An Order for Death by Susanna Gregory (2001)
  3. The Alehouse Murders by Maureen Ash (2007)
  4. The Apothecary Rose by Candace Robb (1993)
  5. The Nightingale Gallery by Paul Harding (1991)
  6. The Butcher of St Peter's by Michael Jecks (2005)
  7. The Angel of Death by P.C. Doherty (1990)
  8. The Tavern in the Morning by Alys Clare (2000)
  9. Dragons of Archenfield by Edward Marston (1995)
  10. The Plymouth Cloak by Kate Sedley (1992)
  11. The Prince of Darkness by P.C. Doherty (1969)
  12. The Painted Lady by Edward Marston (2007)
  13. The Raven in the Foregate by Ellis Peters (1986)
  14. Cruel as the Grave by Sharon Kay Penman (1998)
  15. The Wayward Apprentice by Jason Vail (2010)

Series description

Sir John de Wolfe of Exeter is one of the first crowners (coroners) appointed in Devon, England, by Hubert Walter, Chief Justiciar of Richard the Lion-Heart in the late 12th century.

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