The time: 1142. The place: the Benedictine Abbey. Believing himself mortally injured, Brother Haluin makes a shocking confession to Brother Cadfael. When he recovers, the two embark on a pilgrimage to redress the past. The Cadfael books are international bestsellers and have been produced for PBS’s Mystery!
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Ellis Peters is a pseudonym of Edith Pargeter, author of historical novels such as The Heaven Tree Trilogy. Under the name of Ellis Peters she wrote crime fiction including The Chronicles of Brother Cadfael and a more 'modern' detective, Detective Chief Inspector George False. Ellis Peters won many distinguished writing awards including an Edgar Award, the Silver Dagger Award and the Cartier Diamond Dagger Award of the Crime Writers Association. She lived in Shropshire, England.From AudioFile:
Yet another gem from the Audio Partners Mystery Masters series. You're always in safe hands with the wonderful Stephen Thorne. His execution of Brother Cadfael is near perfection, injecting into the character all the intelligence and compassion that make him such a well-loved figure in crime fiction. After a near-fatal accident, Brother Haluin feels his sins heavy upon his soul and embarks, with the help of Cadfael, on a pilgrimage of atonement. Along the way old deceits and betrayals come to light, as well as another tragedy in the making that Brother Cadfael must put right. Altogether a good bet. Peters is the master of the medieval mystery, and any time spent with Stephen Thorne is time well spent. D.G. © AudioFile 2002, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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