- Author:Alison Joseph
- Publisher:Allison and Busby (August 1, 2008)
- Pages:288 pages
- FB2 format1882 kb
- ePUB format1600 kb
- DJVU format1103 kb
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Shadow of Death book. Sister Agnes has taken her final vows.
Booktrail to the locations in Shadow of Death (Sister Agnes) by Alison Joseph Book set in London . Agnes is up to her neck in books. However, the 17th-century Hawker archive, a collection of beautifully preserved books on spells and magic as well as hand-written journals, does catch her eye. These tell the story of Alice, her husband Thomas and their daughter who died in infancy. Alice did not long survive her. Alice’s story seems to haunt the present.
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The day was warm and still, and Agnes had a headache, brought on by the drive from London and now made worse by the hopelessness of the task before her.
Alison Joseph aps, school rolls, the OAPs essay competition again, the land tax registe. eedles in bloody haystacks, she thought. Emily Quislan, where the hell are you? She turned once more to the competition and pulled out all the essays catalogued under Broxted. She flicked past the familiar ones, the witch buried in Harton’s field, the blackberries on the swamp field.
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The story seems to haunt the present, as the line between past and present grows hazy.
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Still the same old Agnes.
First published 1996 by Headline Book Publishing. No longer that cowed young woman, no longer shadowed by fear, of course; but he saw now the same passion, the same intensity, the same strength and faith, that he’d recognised in her then. I’m so angry, Julius. Still the same old Agnes. At three in the morning, Agnes was perched on a bar stool in a tiny cappuccino bar behind Leicester Square, warming her hands round a large cup of coffee.
While investigating the sudden and suspicious death of Gail Sullivan, Sister Agnes meets attractive artist Alexander Jaffe and agrees to sit for him, and the more she gets to know him and his violent tendencies, the more he seems capable of murder.