After discovering rare gargoyles mysteriously positioned inside an ancient church being restored in the small English town of Atwelle, the architect Don Whitby and a young research historian Margeaux Wood realize that the gargoyles are predicting the bizarre murders that are occurring in the town. Five hundred years earlier when the church is being built, two powerful families in Atwelle are contesting control of the region in the delicate backdrop of King Henry VIII’s dispute with the Pope over the King’s divorce. In the middle of these conflicts, the same bizarre murders are being committed in the town. Two stories of identical macabre murders five hundred years apart ─ One surprising solution in the mystery of the gargoyles and the Atwelle Confession.
The Atwelle Confession by Joel Gordonson
Brown board covers with brownish dust jacket and like spine. Edge wear and corner bumps. Clean, tight pages and spine. Published by Select Books Inc in 2017. First Edition. Fiction. Measures 9.25 x 6.25 inches with 266 pages. VG