High above each transept was a row of small ovalshaped windows. ... Corbett turned and looked up, there was a trefoil window meshed with wire and horn above the high altar, which provided most of the light, flanked by a row of ... He walked over to the right of the sanctuary and looked up at the iron bar jutting out beside the large, wooden shuttered window. ... and two bodies, fresh carrion by the look of them, hung twirling by their necks from the crude crossbeam of the scaffold.
|Title||:||The Hugh Corbett Omnibus|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2012-10-30|