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International postage and import charges paid to Pitney Bowes Inc. The sense that Tairlaine was sort of witnessing the third murder out of the corner of his eye from a great distance was more atmospheric than him drowsing in the library while Carr pulled his most obvious trick. We never got to see him in action that much. He just seemed like a nice guy who might be in love with the daughter.

Who could blame him if he hated working for the old man? And yet it is presented at the end as if he was a dastardly employee for being tired of this tiresome old loon! I preferred HM to Fell from the start and both to Bencolin. I read this at some point but cannot remember it very well. Pauldrons, gorgets. Page turning stuff, definitions are.

One of the little gifts Carr gives us here! Slows a man down, eh? Like Liked by 2 people. I was so happy to see this in my mailbox today. Thanks, Brad. Thanks, Mahlon! Wyatt James pretty much lambasted this novel, and I see his point. Plus all the work on radio. What a guy!!! I have a copy of that Belmont Tower edition! There were about eight pages of ads for other books in the back including two devoted to adventures of the Lady from L.

There is a knack to writing a good book blurb, and whoever wrote these ones completely lacked it. The detective pictured on the BT edition cover is actually a pretty good rendition of what John Gaunt might look like, given the description in the text. You are commenting using your WordPress.

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When will we at last renounce the detective novel, the fantasy novel and the entire prolific, varied and ambitious literary genre that is fed by unreality? Skip to content And so we begin. A very Happy New Year to you all! Share this: Twitter Facebook. Like this: Like Loading Yes, this is just an average Carr, often a drag.

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But it gets better after this. Firstly, Happy New Year! Happy New Year! My go-to word for Judas Window aka Crossbow Murder is 99 cents in Kindle! By the way, when will you review The Plague Court Murders? I already have. What I mean is when will you post part 2? Probably not for a few weeks.

Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. Email required Address never made public. Name required. We have evidence that some people lament some of the atrocities that were committed on particular crusades, but never in all the Middle Ages text that survive today does a man get considered a murderer for merely signing up on a crusade or does anyone express the opinion that a crusade in principle is one of the worst things one group of people can do to another.

What is the point of reading historical fiction, if the authors don't even make a good faith effort to craft their characters into plausible historical personages? Jan 23, Lisbeth rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , history-fiction. It seems this is not the first book they write. I find information on another seven books they have written together. This book is not exactly what I expected more of real time medieval murders , but turned out to be quite interesting and enjoyable.

The more you get into it, the more difficult it is to put down. The story covers the period from to and the theme is the same. Can a play possibly be cursed? It definitely seems like it. Every time The Play of Adam is enacted, somebody dies. The drama is divided into a Prologue and Epilogue with Four acts in between. The programme reads as follows: Prologue - In which Ian Morson tells of Prior Wigod of Oseney Priory writing The Play of Adam, and how the world's first murder - of Abel by his brother Cain - is enacted with equally murderous results Act One - In which Susanna Gregory relates how The Play of Adam travels from Oxford to Carmarthen in the year , and the castle's constable and his wife encounter murder among rival clerics Act Two - In which Karen Maitland tells how the townspeople of Ely fear that The Play of Adam has unleashed a demon upon the town, after a gruesome discovery is made in the cathedral Act Three - In which Philip Good tells the story of a playwright who wishes to obtain revenge on William Shakespeare and comes to an unfortunate end, while player Nick Revill faces the secret agents of the Privy Council somewhere between Act Four - In which Ian Morson writes about Doll Pocket satisfying her yearning to become an actress, while Joe Malinferno struggles with the mystery of Egyptian hieroglyphics.

Unfortunately, the rehearsals for the newly discovered Play of Adam result in a murder.

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But has it to do with thespian jealousies, or something much more arcane? This is a cleverly written book. As you can understand from the above The Play of Adam is in the centre of the story, travelling merciless through time.

Whenever it is played, somebody dies. Already in , Prior Alan knew that the play was cursed and he took his steps to never let it be played again.