A Death in Catte Street
A young Geoffrey Chaucer notices three men in London who have no right to be there. Two days later, one of them is found dead, without a mark on him, in the basement of a locked house. Curiosity and a sense of moral obligation prompt him to explore the incident. His fumbling investigations—while more basement deaths turn up—lead him into conflict with the London sheriff, a lecture on the king's finances, a large building in London that uses taxpayer money to support a single individual of no legal standing, and secrets from England's past.
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