Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Giordano Bruno, the excommunicated monk attached to both the French embassy and the spy network of Sir Francis Walsingham, is lured to Canterbury by still another troubled attachment.In 1584, Bruno thinks he's put Sophia Underhill, whom he loved in vain in Heresy (2010, etc.), behind him. And so he has, but only in the sense that she's dogging his steps in London disguised as a boy. When he ... Read full review

Review: Sacrilege

Editorial Review - - Ray Palen

SJ Parris follows up her first two novels, HERESY and PROPHECY, with a bang. SACRILEGE is the third installment in the Giordano Bruno series and may be the finest yet. Set against 16thcentury England and teeming with historical context at every turn, it's a feast for fans of historical thrillers. Giordano Bruno is attempting to live a sedentary life as a radical philosopher and concentrate on his ... Read full review

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Review: Sacrilege (Giordano Bruno #3)

User Review  - Melissa - Goodreads

Of the three books in this series so far, I liked this one the best. The murders piled up, the betrayals were biting, and the guilty ones were, of course, the ones I least suspected. Read full review

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