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The Servant's Tale (A Dame Frevisse Mystery Book 2) (English Edition) Period Detail, Adroit Characterizations, And Lively Dialogue Add To The Pleasure Of This Labyrinthine Tale Publishers Weekly This Mystery Is So Rich With Place And Time That They Become Characters In The Story Dame Frevisse Is A Stalwart, Appealing Sleuth And The Cold, Dark Priory And The Squalor Of Medieval England Are Fascinating Backdrops New Orleans Times Picayune The Writing Is SeamlessThe Atmosphere Of The Book Is Cold And Blustery, Danger Afield A Well Steeped Sense Of History PrevailsThey Make This Novel Than A Mystery, But A Wonderful Historical Dark Tapestry We Are Transported Back To The Th Century One Of The Best Mystery Novels Of Minneapolis Star TribuneTHE PLAY S THE THING, TO CATCH THE CONSCIENCE OF A KILLERThe Christmas Season Brings Strange Guests To The Medieval Nunnery Of St Frideswide S When A Troupe Of Penniless Players Comes Knocking At The Gate They Bear With Them The Badly Mangled Body Of A Villager, Swearing They Found The Drunken Fool Lying In A Ditch But Meg, The Victim S Wife And A Scullery Maid Of The Cloister, Thinks There Are Far Fouler Deeds AfootAs The Players Rehearse For The Nativity, Ancient Scandals Lick At Their Heels And Dark Desperation Haunts Meg S Steps As She Finds Cruel Feudal Laws Threatening To Strip Away The Lands That Would Support Both Her And Her Sons In The Wake Of Her Husband S DeathDame Frevisse Must Thrust Herself Between These Violent Feuds, Awakening Dreams Of Her Youth That She Had Believed Long Buried Her Very Faith May Be Threatened, But Frevisse Knows She Must Unravel A Path To True Salvation Before False Raptures Of Lust Bring Ruination Upon Them AllMINATED FOR THE EDGAR AWARDPRAISE FOR THE SERVANT S TALEPeriod Detail, Adroit Characterizations, And Lively Dialogue Add To The Pleasure Of This Labyrinthine Tale Publishers WeeklyThis Mystery Is So Rich With Place And Time That They Become Characters In The Story Dame Frevisse Is A Stalwart, Appealing Sleuth And The Cold, Dark Priory And The Squalor Of Medieval England Are Fascinating Backdrops New Orleans Times PicayuneThe Writing Is Seamless The Atmosphere Of The Book Is Cold And Blustery, Danger Afield A Well Steeped Sense Of History Prevails They Make This Novel Than A Mystery, But A Wonderful Historical Dark Tapestry We Are Transported Back To The Th Century One Of The Best Mystery Novels Of Minneapolis Star TribuneI Look Forward To Murders At St Frideswide The Mystery Review Frazer Never Falters In This Magnificent Historical This Is A Perfect Mystery It S Flawless Drood Review Of MysteryPRAISE FOR THE SISTER FREVISSEE MEDIEVAL MYSTERY SERIESExciting Writing, Colorful Characters, And Historical Accuracy St Paul Pioneer PressTale S Of Mystery, Intrigue, Jealousy And Ambition, Well Drawn, Well Paced, And A Pleasure To Read Historical Novels ReviewThe Series Gets Better And Better As It Goes Along Grounds For MysteryMargaret Frazer Has Quietly Claimed Her Place As One Of The Preeminent Writers Of Historical Crime Fiction, Delivering The Whole Package A Good Mystery, Wonderful Characters, And A Fascinating Period Of History Her Novels Are A Dream To Read Aunt Agatha S NewsletterFrazer S Quiet Yet Intense Medieval Mysteries Are So Vividly And Gracefully Written You Just Float Back In Time The Poisoned PenA Smooth And Absorbing Saga Of Conspiracy And Treachery In Th Century England Publishers WeeklyA Romantic Times Top PickTwice Nominated For The Minnesota Book AwardTwice Nominated For The Edgar Award


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5 thoughts on “The Servant's Tale (A Dame Frevisse Mystery Book 2) (English Edition)

  1. Laura E. Laura E. says:

    SPOILER ALERT Another excellent installment in the series Of course, this is only book two, but my hope is the series continues along at its high standard.Once again, the mystery is complex and the culprit not immediately obvious Only when Sister Fiacre was killed did the light go on and I guessed who and the motivation for the killings Sad, really.I love the detail of the cloiste


  2. ARG ARG says:

    The second in the series and the first to introduce the companion series A troupe of players arrives with an injured man in tow The injured man is the drunkard husband of a part time worker at the convent He drunkenly crashed his cart doing himself serious harm The drunkard son blames the players and the other son wants nothing to do with his mother s plan for him joining the priest


  3. booknblueslady booknblueslady says:

    We visit the fifteenth century priory of St Fridewides in a bleak cold winter in Margaret Frazer s book the Servant s Tale all the sisters have caught the rheum or flu and a group of players actors bring in a badly injured man His wife, Meg is a servant to the priory and badly wants a better life for herself and her children This seems unlikely to happen with a maimed husband who was


  4. Nash Black Nash Black says:

    Dame Frevisse returns in the second installment of Margaret Frazer s medieval monastary series, THE SERVANT S TALE.Christmas time and a band of players bring the body of a man to the priory A local villen, Barnaby who they found in a ditch outside of town Barnaby is alive, but barely His wife, Meg arrives to help Dames Frevisse and Claire care for her injured husband.Both the travelers


  5. JKH JKH says:

    Sister Frevisse meets Joliffe and his players for the first time in this novel The clever nun must investigate multiple deaths while remaining detached from the group of traveling players who remind her of youth on the open road Narrated by a servant struggling to survive and better her life and that of her family, it is a study of human nature in hard times.


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