The Hermes Parchment flutters into the world to spread its fabrication and nonsense. Several bits are reported to be true, but this is probably vile rumour. Needless to say there is investigation, of a sort. Brother Hermitage is in the middle of it, by no design of his own, and the whole thing ends in the most ridiculous manner. Still, that’s life, really.
Celebrations abound in the Scriptorium as the badge of Amazon no 1 Best Seller arrives in the afternoon post.
I am sure that the eleventh century nuns who made the original tapestry would be delighted.
Nonetheless a tale unfolds.
The nuns of Kent have been commissioned by Earl Odo to create a great tapestry telling the glorious history of the Norman conquest of Britain. But when they start dying, one man must be sent for; Brother Hermitage, the King’s Investigator.
It’s the lucky 13th Chronicle of Brother Hermitage
The man who barely survives his own investigations.
The sleuth who seldom asks anyone the right questions.
The monk who is firmly medieval and slightly detective.
It’s time for Brother Hermitage’s Christmas Gift once more. Every November 6th, Christmas comes round again. There’s no escape, so you might as well read a funny, Christmassy, medieval book.
It’s got Brother Hermitage, Christmas and gifts. A lot of people say it’s very funny.
But, if you’re in the mood for a FREE book – and who isn’t, try this one… Brother Hermitage. The Shorts