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The Potter's Field (Brother Cadfael Bk 17)
The Potter's Field - Brother Cadfael Bk 17
Author: Ellis Peters
The body of a woman is unearthed in the freshly plowed fields that once belonged to a local potter — now a Benedictine monk. The woman is revealed to be his beautiful young wife, thought to have run away. Medieval Benedictine monk Brother Cadfael must determine if one of his own order is guilty of the crime.
ISBN-13: 9780446400589
ISBN-10: 0446400580
Publication Date: 9/1/1991
Pages: 224
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Publisher: Mysterious Press
Book Type: Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover
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hardtack avatar reviewed The Potter's Field (Brother Cadfael Bk 17) on + 1778 more book reviews
Two women of similar appearance are presumed dead. Yet evidence is provided that show both are still alive. So why is there a body? Who is lying and why?

An older woman is dying of a wasting disease. Hugh is called off to war. A novice monk asks release from the church. A young woman seeks love and provides Cadfael a clue that allows him to solve a mystery. So many inter-winding plot threads make this yet another wonderful mystery from Ellis Peters.
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A decent Cadfael wherein the body found in a field reveals mystery and secrets from long before.
GainesvilleGirl avatar reviewed The Potter's Field (Brother Cadfael Bk 17) on + 215 more book reviews
I feel that this is one of the best in a wonderfully good series of medieval mysteries.
When a man leaves his wife to join a monastery she supposedly finds a lover and runs away with him. However her body is later found in a freshly plowed field. The mystery builds from there, and Brother Cadfael is called in to help solve it.


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