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A gripping short story by the author of the bestselling Hangman's Daughter series.

June 16, 1692. Relic dealer Georg Ayndorfer is found slain in the Chapel of St. Quirinus of Tegernsee. Was it the holy rage of St. Quirinus himself, or was Ayndorfer murdered by jealous colleagues?

Georg Asam, a famous artist commissioned to paint a fresco in the chapel, feels compelled to investigate.

©2011 Oliver Pötzsch (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved. English translation © 2014 by Lee Chadeayne.

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The Statue Cries At Midnight

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