Book Reviews of The Holy Innocents (Roger the Chapman, Bk 4)

The Holy Innocents (Roger the Chapman, Bk 4)
The Holy Innocents - Roger the Chapman, Bk 4
Author: Kate Sedley
ISBN-13: 9780061043796
ISBN-10: 0061043796
Publication Date: 6/1996
Pages: 295
Rating:
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.
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4.2 stars, based on 20 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins
Book Type: Paperback
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#4 Roger the Chapman historical mystery in which Roger gets involved in investigating the deaths of two young children that were ruled to be death by a wandering band of vicious outlaws. But those close to the family in question aren't so sure, and Roger's curiosity along with his budding interest in the children's former nurse leads him down a dangerous path of investigation. Once again, I really enjoyed the "voice" of Roger, and the book seemed to go by much too quickly. I did figure out the mystery well in advance, though. Looking forward to the next in series.
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Roger the Chapman arrives in the village of Totnes, where he hears the frightening tale of a marauding band of outlaws which has been terrorizing the town and who are accused of murdering two missing children. But something about the tale doesn't ring true. Another 15th century murder mystery solved by the traveling saleman.
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I enjoy the Roger the Chapman series. He's back on the road again doing God's work solving the disappearence and subsequent murder of two children
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4th in this well researched historical mystery - 15th century England. Peddler-cum-sleuth, Roger the Chapman arrives in the village of Totnes where a band of aoutlaws is terrorizing the citizens. Two children are missing and Roger's emotions as well as his sleuthing interest is aroused.