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St Andrews, 1582 and a violent storm wrecks a ship offshore and the only man aboard dies without revealing how he came to be there alone or where the ship was headed. Neither he nor the wreck is of interest to the townsfolk of St Andrews. Lashed to the deck of the ship is a windmill, a much-needed innovation for the town, but one which soon brings devastation as squabbling over its ownership breaks out. Tasked with tracing the ship to its source, reluctant lawyer Hew Cullan embarks on a journey that will take him far from the security of home and family to Ghent in the war-torn Low Countries. But are the truth and tragedies surrounding the windmill's real owner, and the deaths connected to it, closer to home than anyone could ever imagine? This is the third in the trilogy with Hue and Cry (code 82204) and Fate and Fortune (code 82199). 298pp in paperback.

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