A Murder of Crows is the fifth book of the Sir Robert Carey Mysteries.

Synopsis (1592)Edit

Monday, 11th September, Morning Edit

Robert Carey and Henry Dodd watch a man being drawn and quartered. They then go in search of a lawyer to represent Dodd in his suit against Thomas Heneage for assault. They are unsuccessful at the Inns of Court but then are finally approached by a lawyer who offers his assistance. Carey tells the man to come to Henry Carey's residence the next day.

Tuesday, 12th September, Early Morning Edit

Wednesday, 13th September, Morning Edit

Dodd's lawyer appeared before a judge and obtained a warrant for the arrest of Thomas Heneage for having imprisoned and assaulted Henry Dodd.



Historical ReferencesEdit

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