The Heretic's Apprentice

The Heretic's Apprentice

Large Print - 2001
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Premier Series -- Many of your readers will be overjoyed to discover new works by their favorite authors within the Premier Series. We've taken the extra time needed for editorial research in order to bring your patrons these rare finds! Featuring first-class authors popular with most Large Print readers, Premier Series means high-circulation among most Large Print readerships. Occasionally we reissue a favorite or bestselling out-of-print title by an author of the caliber of Sidney Sheldon, Phyllis Whitney, or Victoria Holt -- as a service to the many libraries who missed the earlier printing -- and to provide the few libraries who own the title a fresh, new copy for many more years of circulation. Re-issues are clearly identified on our order forms and may be excluded from your Standing Order, if you choose.Cadfael is called from his herbiary to rebut a charge of heresy -- and to solve a baffling case of murder.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2001.
Edition: Center Point lg. print ed.
ISBN: 9781585471386
1585471380
Characteristics: 295 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.

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EuSei Oct 30, 2015

Another lovely read by Ellis Peters (Edith Pargeter’s nom de plume). Make sure you keep close attention to the story, for you will be certainly mislead to guess the killer in a character who did not commit the crime. I loved the ending with Bishop Roger de Clinton’s wisdom portrayed in an exchange with the young “Heretic’s Apprentice,” Elave. Also the minute description of a psalter is absolutely fantastic, breathtaking! Mrs. Pargeter had such way with words… Beware that Cadfael does not appear as much as in other prior stories, but that did not detract from the whole. Highly recommend.

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EuSei Oct 30, 2015

EuSei thinks this title is suitable for 16 years and over

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EuSei Oct 30, 2015

There is no sin unless through a man's own will, and hence the reward when we do right things also of our own will. (Against Fortunatus, St. Augustine)

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