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Series: Hugh Corbett medieval mysteries

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Satan in St. Mary's by P. C. Doherty1
The Crown in Darkness by P. C. Doherty2
Spy in Chancery by P. C. Doherty3
The Angel of Death by P. C. Doherty4
The Prince of Darkness by P. C. Doherty5
Murder Wears a Cowl by P. C. Doherty6
The Assassin in the Greenwood by P. C. Doherty7
The Song of a Dark Angel by P. C. Doherty8
Satan's Fire by P. C. Doherty9
The Devil's Hunt by P. C. Doherty10
The Demon Archer by P. C. Doherty11
The Treason of the Ghosts by Paul Doherty12
Corpse Candle by P. C. Doherty13
The Magician's Death by Paul Doherty14
The Waxman Murders by Paul Doherty15
Nightshade by Paul Doherty16
The Mysterium by P. C. Doherty17
Dark Serpent by Paul Doherty18
Devil's Wolf by Paul Doherty19
The Hugh Corbett Omnibus by Paul DohertyOmnibus 1-3

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A series of British historical mystery novels featuring Sir Hugh Corbett, Keeper of the King's Seal in the 13th century, who investigates crimes.

The series is discussed in "P. C. Doherty: Hugh Corbett, Secret-Agent and Problem-Solver" by Edward L. Meek, Theron M. Westervelt, David N. Eldridge. in: The Detective as Historian ed. by Ray B. Browne and Lawrence A. Kreiser, Jr. (Bowling Green, OH : Bowling Green State University, 2000), pp. 76-84.

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