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In the quiet town of St. Brett’s all is not as it seems. There are rumours of demonic possession and ritual murder of children. The finger of suspicion points to Isabel Haukwake. For how else but through witchcraft did she seduce the richest man in the town? But the stench of necromancy is all around and few can truly count themselves innocent.
The Abbot of St. Brett’s is desperate. He fears that his fief will be overrun by madness and debauchery. He turns to the young Oxford Professor of Astrology, Roger Sotil. Roger is eager to investigate. It’s his chance to show that demons do exist. But his servant, Jake Savage, is not so keen. He knows the town of St. Brett’s only too well. His father is the rich merchant married to Isabel Haukwake, the woman he loved, but who is father stole away from him.
In Hell has its Demons a plot unfolds to use demons to take the ultimate prize of all – the crown of Edward III, King of England.