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[Epub] ↠ Mistress of the Art of Death (Mistress of the Art of Death, #1) Author Ariana Franklin – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Mistress of the Art of Death (Mistress of the Art of Death, #1) In Cambridge, Four Children Have Been Murdered Wrongly Accused Of The Crimes, A Small Community Of Jews Threatened By Catholic Mobs Is Given Sanctuary By Henry II To Assist In Proving Their Innocence, He Summons An Expert In The Science Of Deduction And The Art Of Death She Is Adelia, A Prodigy From The Medical School Of Salerno, And An Anomaly In A Medieval World, Who Is Forced To Conceal Her Identity And Her Purpose From England S Grave Superstitions And Condemnation One Man Willing To Work With Her Is Sir Rowley Picot His Personal Stake In The Investigation Makes Him An Invaluable Ally And In Adelia S Eyes, A Suspect As Well From Navigating Cambridge S Perilous River Paths To Penetrating The Dark Shadows Of The Church, Adelia S Investigation Wil Not Only Reveal The Secrets Of The Dead, But In Time, The Far Dangerous Ones Buried By The Living.

[Epub] ↠ Mistress of the Art of Death (Mistress of the Art of Death, #1)  Author Ariana Franklin – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • Mistress of the Art of Death (Mistress of the Art of Death, #1)
  • Ariana Franklin
  • English
  • 09 July 2018
  • 0425219259

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ↠ Mistress of the Art of Death (Mistress of the Art of Death, #1) Author Ariana Franklin – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    Being a feminist reader of historical fiction is to invite inner turmoil Excessively plucky female characters seem inaccurate Some are constantly winking at the reader, as if to say, after graduating with my degree in women s studies, I opted to spend a few months time traveling so I could offer enlightened commentary on unenlightened times I hope you appreciate my presence in your book But, without those characters, I d be evenannoyed and depressed by the frighteningly woman unfrie Being a feminist reader of historical fiction is to invite inner turmoil Excessively plucky female characters seem inaccurate Some are constantly winking at the reader, as if to say, after graduating with my degree in women s studies, I opted to spend a few months time traveling so I could offer enlightened commentary on unenlightened times I hope y...


  2. says:

    I m always looking for excellent historic fiction There s so much around and not all books are best quality.Likereaders here, as I understand it, I had trouble getting into this one, not an easy read, but once I got past that barrier, it was good and getting better and better An intelligent medieval murder mystery, solid historical background, Plantagenet period Henry II , interesting Not really an easy read for me, so I had to sta...


  3. says:

    You know what I have really missed in my life A Librarian Not a librarian, small l, but a Librarian that mystical, magical woman who watches what you read, and what you check out again and again, and who one day says to you You know what I think you d like THIS I like THIS It s a mystery, set in medieval Cambridge its heroine is a doctor, no, a coroner there s a big mystery about murdered children the Jews are being accused , and also a charming and unlikely romance to add to the You know what I have really missed in my life A Librarian Not a librarian, small l, but a Librarian that mystical, magical woman who watches what you read, and what you check out again and again, and who one day says to you You know what I think you d like THIS I like THIS ...


  4. says:

    A medieval mystery in which Simon of Naples, a eunuch and a unique woman with the ability to decipher the wounds inflicted on bodies, race to discover the identity of a violent killer of children before he strikes again.From its opening lines, The Mistress of the Art of Death had me in its thrallHere they come From down the road we can hear harnesses jingling and see dust...


  5. says:

    Start with Chaucer s Canterbury Tales Throw in a cameo of a calculating and brash King Henry II straight from The Lion in Winter Add some medieval mystery on par with Umberto Eco s groundbreaking The Name of the Rose And finish it off with the forensics of CSI , and you ll have some appreciation for Ariana Franklin s remarkable achievement in Mistress of the Art of Death , a fresh and inspired twist of historical fiction and crime thriller, a blockbuster of murder and mayhem told thro Start with Chaucer s Canterbury Tales Throw in a cameo of a calculating and brash King Henry II straight from The Lion in Winter Add some medieval mystery on par with Umberto Eco s groundbreaking The Name of the Rose And finish it off with the forensics of CSI , and you ll have some appreciation for Ariana Franklin s remarkable achievement in Mistress of the Art of Death , a fresh and inspired twist of historical fiction and crime thriller, a blockbuster of murder and mayhem told through lively, darkly humorous prose that is as educational as it is entertaining.The setting is 12th century England King Henry II, still smart...


  6. says:

    I am a historical mystery geek, sometimes I ll go on a tear and read a whole series in a row, like the Peabody mysteries or Lindsay Davis Rome mysteries, so I picked up this book after reading great reviews I was not disappointed Very interesting setting, mainly compelling because of the main character,a medieval woman doc...


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  8. says:

    This book was a group read on LibraryThingThe Highly Rated Book Group sponsored it, with the game though gravid Vintage_Books leading us through some very trenchant questions about our impressions of both the book and the world it s set inand thank goodness for that It s a lotfun to read a book in a group of like minded people, ones who read on multiple levels like our brethren and sistern here on this site.Adelia Vesuvia, our sleuth, is a forensic physician in a time when I didn t This book was a group read on LibraryThingThe Highly Rated Book Group sponsored it, with the game though gravid Vintage_Books leading us through some very trenchant questions about our impressions of both the book and the world it s set inand thank goodness for that It s a lotfun to read a book in a group of like minded people, ones who read on multi...


  9. says:

    I was quite captivated by this book As a medieval scholar, I had some initial doubts I d like it because I am often disappointed by books that feature 20th 21st century concerns and situations in a medieval setting investigating mysteries, forensic science, in this case All too often, the authors don t get the historical elements right, and the story ends up being too anachronistic.Ariana Franklin, however, knows her medieval history The story is a page turner as well, and the world Frankli I was quite captivated by this book As a medieval scholar, I had some initial doubts I d like it because I am often disappointed by books that feature 20th 21st century concerns and situations in a medieval setting investigating mysteries, forensic science, in this case All too often, the authors don t get the historical elements right, and the story ends up being too anachronistic.Ariana Franklin, however, knows her medieval history The story is a page turner as well, and the world Franklin describes is richly and accurately drawn, and manages to dispel many of the myths about medieval life that t...


  10. says:

    In coming to the decision to purchase this book, Mistress of the Art of Death, I did my background research first I visited a fair few blogs that had reviewed the book, and found that the reviews were so entirely positive that I couldn t wait to get my grubby paws on the book myself The bloggers were not wrong thank the gods This novel is a gloriously delicious read.Set in the Middle Ages as a medieval mystery, our protagonist has been asked to travel to Cambridge United Kingdom from the In coming to the decision to purchase this book, Mistress of the Art of Death, I did my background research first I visited a fair few blogs that had reviewed...

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