A Murder of Crows is the fifth book of the Sir Robert Carey Mysteries.
Monday, 11th September, Morning
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.