Summer, 1540. The dissolution of the monasteries is complete. Henry VIII, afraid religious reform will lead to social unrest, has ordered that the Reformation should go no further, and his chief minister, Thomas Cromwell, is under threat from a resurgent Catholic faction. In the three years since the chilling events at the monastery in Scarnsea, Matthew Shardlake has quietly built up his legal practice avoiding politics. However, his involvement with a murder case brings him once again into contact with Cromwell...
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