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Michael Jecks Bibliography

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Title Date Publisher Notes
The Last Templar 1995 Headline March
The Merchant's Partner 1995 Ditto Blue boards, silver lettering. Jacket 16.99. November
A Moorland Hanging 1996 Ditto Green cloth, silver titles. DW priced 16.99. June
The Crediton Killings 1997 Ditto Published October
The Abbot's Gibbet 1998 Headline May
The Lepers Return 1998 Ditto November
Squire Throwleigh's Heir 1999 Ditto May
Belladonna at Belstone 1999 Ditto November
The Traitor of St Giles 2000 Ditto May
The Boy Bishops Glovemaker 2000 Ditto November
The Tournament of Blood 2001 Headline May
The Sticklepath Strangler 2001 Ditto November
The Devil's Acolyte 2002 Ditto May
The Sticklepath Strangler 2002 Ditto November
The Outlaws of Ennor 2003 Headline May
The Templar's Penance 2003 Ditto November
The Tolls of Death 2004 Ditto May
The Chapel of Bones 2004 Ditto November
The Butcher of St Peter's 2005 Ditto May
A Friar's Blood Feud 2005 Headline November
The Death Ship of Dartmouth 2006 Headline May
The Malice of Unnatural Death 2006   November
The Dispensation of Death 2007   May
Unnamed November 2007 2007    

Michael Jecks
The authors work is in the historical murder mystery genre, and along with others in the field, seem to be growing in popularity. His books, as well as being very popular amongst readers, are also collectors items. Some of the early titles attract fairly high sums. The first five or so were subject to very small print runs which, despite being modern books, makes them fairly rare. Add to that many going to public libraries, collectable copies are thin on the ground. Hodder-Headline use the printers key, or number line generally, so when you see this on the copyright page the number one should be present, otherwise it is a reprint.

 

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