"Curtis Bookman of The Village Pub, publisher of Uncle Teddy’s memoir writes: 'Walking through The Ambulatory was terrifying; Peter Trowbridge should have warned me how dangerous it was. He only talked about the Morris dancers. All in all, I wish I had been better prepared.'"
Read this book; be prepared.
In south London, the parish church of St. John’s In The Green holds an ancient secret. Beneath its quiet sanctuary lies a passageway, The Ambulatory, built before the Romans, built before Stonehenge, built by…?
One night, the parish priest, the unpopular and abrasive Bart Samuels, is horribly murdered. People may not have liked Bart, but who would want to kill him? The bishop appoints his own nephew, Peter Trowbridge, both as a temporary caretaker and inside man.
Peter is drawn further and further into the world of The Ambulatory, the Islamic cultural center next door, the police investigation, the mysterious machinations of MI5, Fr. Samuels’ belief in UFOs, not to mention a group of thirsty Morris men.
This book is the second in The Aleronde Trilogy, though it may be read on its own.
The first book in the series is The Problem with Uncle Teddy's Memoir.