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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The seventeenth chronicle of Brother Cadfael Peters, Ellis, 1913-1995. Cadfael chronicles ; 17. Cadfael, Brother (Fictitious character) Monks -- England -- Shrewsbury -- Fiction. Detective and mystery ... Read full review
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The remains of a woman are found in a field belonging to a potter who left his wife to entry Cadfael's abbey. At first it is thought the body is the wife, but then the wife is reported alive elsewhere. Read full review