Books by Ian Morson

A DEADLY INJUSTICE by Ian Morson
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Nov. 1, 2011

"Nick's second case is best read for the historical detail rather than the ponderous mystery.

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A Venetian Investigator for the Mongol Emperor is given a difficult case to solve. Read full book review >
FALCONER’S TRAIL by Ian Morson
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Feb. 1, 2010

"Another intriguing look at medieval Oxford and its mores, wrapped up in a sturdy mystery."
Not even Regent Masters of Oxford are safe from accusations of murder. Read full book review >
FALCONER AND THE RITUAL OF DEATH by Ian Morson
MYSTERY & CRIME
Released: Feb. 1, 2009

"This welcome return of the long-dormant Falconer series is a pleasantly simplified but intriguing look at historical Oxford, spiced with a dash of romance."
1271. A long-dead body is discovered in a building being removed to make way for a college in Oxford. Read full book review >
A PSALM FOR FALCONER by Ian Morson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Nov. 12, 1997

At Oxford University, in the mid-13th century, Regent Master William Falconer (Falconer and the Face of God, 1997, etc.) has undertaken a journey to Conishead Priory on remote Lancaster Bay- -the intent being to study the scientific tomes in the collection of Bishop Grossteste, now belonging to library of the Priory. Read full book review >

FALCONER AND THE FACE OF GOD by Ian Morson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: March 13, 1997

His exiled mentor Roger Bacon has asked Oxford Regent Master William Falconer to find an unnamed local alchemist, but he's given Falconer only the most cryptic of clues to the man's identity. Read full book review >

FALCONER'S JUDGEMENT by Ian Morson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 12, 1996

A second florid chronicle of the life and times of mid-13th century Regent Master William Falconer, Oxford scholar and teacher (Falconer's Crusade, 1995). Read full book review >

FALCONER'S CRUSADE by Ian Morson
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 21, 1995

The year 1264 marks a turbulent period for England, with Simon de Montfort challenging the sovereignty of King Henry III, the Crown at the point of expelling all Jews from England, and Roger Bacon's scientific experimentalism contending against faith and superstition. Read full book review >