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Mystery
  • Author:
    Kate Sedley
  • ISBN:
    0312276834
  • ISBN13:
    978-0312276836
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Minotaur Books; 1st edition (August 13, 2002)
  • Pages:
    256 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Mystery
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    1439 kb
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    1534 kb
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    1982 kb
  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    941
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I always love the Roger Chapman mysteries. Roger the Chapman series. I learned quite a bit about a medieval superstition that was cleverly woven into this story. They are well written, fun reads, and you get a lot of good historical background information on the middle ages.

Amateur sleuth Roger the Chapman has very little to go on as once again Richard, Duke of Gloucester, calls on him to exercise his investigative skills in this 10th solid medieval mystery from British author Sedley (The Wicked Winter, et.

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And Roger the Chapman, Kate Sedley's ubiquitous pedlarcum sleuth, finds himself deeply involved in a most perplexing . For me, "The Saint John's Fern" turned out to be one of better Roger the Chapman mystery novels.

And Roger the Chapman, Kate Sedley's ubiquitous pedlarcum sleuth, finds himself deeply involved in a most perplexing case. Master Capstick, an aging but wealthy man, is found brutally murdered and hisgreat-nephew, who'd just been cut out of the will, has been charged with the homicide. The atmosphere was chilling and haunting and the murder mystery a gripping and intriguing one.

Kate Sedley’s long-running Roger the Chapman Medieval Mysteries is perfect for fans of historical fiction. Set in fifteenth-century Great Britain, Roger, a peddler turned amateur sleuth, investigates missing persons, secret letters, brutal murders, and much more, in this adventurous medieval crime series. Charming period piece: the scenery, occupations, and finery are medieval, but the foibles are of a contemporary nature. Books in this Series. g. The Saint John's Fern.

Kate Sedley (Auteur). A Roger the Chapman Mystery - Roger the Chapman is far from pleased when the King’s Spymaster General commands him to accompany the manipulative Eloise Gray on a journey to Paris, pretending to be her husband

Kate Sedley (Auteur). A Roger the Chapman Mystery - Roger the Chapman is far from pleased when the King’s Spymaster General commands him to accompany the manipulative Eloise Gray on a journey to Paris, pretending to be her husband Lire la suite.

The Saint John's Fern is the ninth book in Kate Sedley's popular Medieval mystery series featuring Roger the Chapman. Roger the Chapman Medieval Mysteries. St. Martin's Publishing Group. The Saint John's Fern - eBook. Read This On. Android,Ereader,Desktop,IOS,Windows.

It is October 1477 and Roger the Chapman, newly married and still enjoying wedded bliss, is surprised to find his old, familiar feeling of restlessness returning. Within a month he is setting off, once again, on the ancient ridge road that dissects Dartmoor and heads for Plymouth, driven by some instinct that he is needed there.Roger accepts a lift from a carter who is going to visit his daughter, Joanna, in the oldest part of the city. Roger's instinct is soon proven correct when Joanna tells the story of her neighbor, Master Capstick, who was brutally beaten to death. The chief suspect is Capstick's great-nephew, Beric. Master Capstick's housekeeper saw Beric leaving the house that morning, his tunic stained with blood, and many more people saw the young man's wild ride for home on his great black horse. When the King's men arrived at Beric's manor house, though, the horse was already in the stables-and Beric had somehow managed to vanish completely.The local people, quick to fall back on the witchcraft of their ancestors, blame the Saint John's fern, which if eaten can make a man invisible. Roger, already responsible for solving many difficult mysteries, suspects that there is a more obvious answer and begins his own inquiries. Roger notices that he is not the first to approach witnesses, and when an attempt is made on his life, Roger knows he must be close to a truth that is even more extraordinary than the superstition - if only he can live to tell it.

Daigami
Love Roger the Chapman! Kate Sedley puts you right into the time period. As a Richard III fan, I enjoy following his story along with Rogers adventures solving mysteries. Wonderful series.
Downloaded
great book
Orevise
I liked this continuation of the. Roger the Chapman series. I learned quite a bit about a medieval superstition that was cleverly woven into this story. Enjoy!
Alianyau
Good story set in an interesting time. It's nice to have a book about an 'ordinary Joe' instead of the king's court.
Twentyfirstfinger
I always love the Roger Chapman mysteries. They are well written, fun reads, and you get a lot of good historical background information on the middle ages.
Bynelad
nice
Beardana
Well, I knew the incident didn't happen the way the townspeople and Roger thought it did, but I guessed completely wrong until almost the end. I love the way Kate Sedley can give the reader all the clues but still keep the suspense going.

I also love the way she makes this time period come alive.

An excellent mystery
Kate should write more