The Potter's Field
In October of 1142, a local landlord gives the Potter's Field to the local clergy. The monks begin to plow it, and the blades turn up the long tresses of a young woman, dead over a year. Then the arrival of a novice who fled from an abbey ravaged by civil war in East Anglia complicates life even further for Brother Cadfael.
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Review: The Potter's Field (Chronicles of Brother Cadfael #17)User Review - Angie - Goodreads
My love for this series never dims -- even in re-reads, I find myself giddy in love with Brother Cadfael, Hugh Beringar, and their cohorts. While the plot of this particular outing feels a bit thin ... Read full review
Review: The Potter's Field (Chronicles of Brother Cadfael #17)User Review - Mom - Goodreads
This is another Grandma Price reccomendation. I relied on her wide reading to guide me to wholesome books. These are fun mysteries, short, intriguing, easy to read that take you back centuries ago to ... Read full review