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  • ISBN: 031226237X
  • Physical Description: 230 p. ; 22 cm.
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  • Edition: 1st St. Martin's Minotaur ed.
  • Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Minotaur, 2002, c2000.

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General Note: Originally published: London : Hodder & Stoughton, 2000.
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  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Monthly Selections - #1 May 2002
    In the time of Richard Lionheart, Josse d'Acquin and the Abbess Helewise have formed a deep friendship. When a man dies of poisoning at an inn known for the quality of its food, Josse seeks Helewise's counsel, although she is weak from a bout of fever. The murder leads Josse to discover a defiant, widowed noblewoman named Joanna and her son, Ninian, hiding from an insinuating cousin of Joanna's, Denys de Courtenay. A second murder, of a local wisewoman with ties to Joanna, quickens the plot. Josse and Joanna succumb to their passionate attraction for each other; meanwhile, the skeins of the mystery--Ninian's parentage, Denys' veiled threats to the abbey--come together spectacularly. Clare expertly handles the vivid Ninian and the resourceful Joanna, but it is the intellectual, reasoned, and devoted interplay between Josse and Helewise that is most intriguing and most appealing. A fine addition to the growing number of mystery series based in English history. ((Reviewed May 1, 2002)) Copyright 2002Booklist Reviews

Author Notes

Alys Clare divides her time between Tonbridge, England-in the area where Tavern in the Morning is set--and her ancient stone cottage in Brittany. The author of two previous Hawkenlye mysteries, Fortune Like the Moon and Ashes of the Elements, she has also studied archaeology at the University of Kent at Canterbury.

Subject: Adult Mystery
Murder Investigation Fiction
Abbesses, Christian Fiction
Knights and knighthood Fiction
D'Acquin, Josse (Fictitious character) Fiction
Helewise, Abbess (Fictitious character) Fiction
England Social life and customs 1066-1485 Fiction
Genre: Mystery fiction.
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