A Corpse at St. Andrew's Chapel: The Second Chronicle of Hugh de Singleton, Surgeon
Two days later Alan’s corpse is discovered in the hedge, at the side of the track to St. Andrew’s Chapel. His throat has been torn out, his head half-severed from his body and his face, hands, and forearms lacerated with deep scratches.
Master Hugh, meeting Hubert the coroner at the scene, listens carefully to the coroner surmise that a wolf had caused the great wound. And yet ... if so, why is there so little blood?
Books by Mel Starr