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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A local landlord gives the abbey of St. Peter and St. Paul a field formerly owned by a potter named Ruald, now a monk himself. When plowing begins, however, the body of a woman is turned up. Can ... Read full review