It was first published as part of his series Celebrated Crimes and recounts the famous witchcraft trial of a catholic priest called Urbain Grandier in seventeenth century France. Known to have broken his vow of celibacy, Grandier was accused of numerous possessions at a convent in Loudun. A masterful retelling of this famous trial, Urbain Grandier is highly recommended for fans of the true-crime genre.
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