Fenchurch St. Paul
This is the name of both the church and the village where most of the action of the story is set.
St. Paul's church
This place was originally an abbey in the Middle Ages.
This place was once a seaside town, but over the centuries, the shoreline has extended.
The Wilbraham Emeralds
This item is a priceless necklace that was once stolen.
This object is named after the stern old abbot who once governed the medieval monastery and is supposed to be unlucky.
This object is rung to announce every death in the parish, first an appropriate number of strokes to indicate the gender of the deceased (six for a woman; nine for a man), followed by one stroke for every year that the deceased had lived.
The Church Bells
These eight objects...
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