Dark Waters Rising
by Cassandra Clark
A storm is coming . . . Can nun sleuth Hildegard solve the murder of a lay sister before the rising flood waters trap her with a cunning killer?
Autumn, 1394. All is not well at Swyne Priory. Dissension has arisen amongst the nuns. The new novices whisper in corners, spreading malicious rumours and sharing dark secrets.
The Prioress gives Hildegard an order: search out the cause of this unrest, and put a stop to it. But before Hildegard can investigate, she’s forced to deal with a new problem: the arrival of a mysterious stranger in the middle of the night, claiming his life is in danger.
Hildegard isn’t sure whether to believe him, but when a body is discovered near the priory, she’s soon plunged into a dark and dangerous puzzle where nothing is as it seems. All she knows for certain is that a storm is coming, threatening to cut the priory off from the outside world and trap them with a killer . . .
Medieval mystery at its finest – and a great pick for readers who love sleuthing monks and nuns like Peter Tremayne’s Sister Fidelma, Ellis Peters’ Brother Cadfael and Cora Harrison’s Reverend Mother.
Genre: Historical Crime & Mystery
“A satisfying addition to the medieval-mystery genre ”
Booklist on Murder at Beaulieu Abbey
“Engrossing … Fans of medieval mysteries will be pleased ”
Publishers Weekly on Murder at Beaulieu Abbey
“Historical detail abounds in a fast-paced mystery that’s one of Clark’s best ”
Kirkus Reviews on Murder at Beaulieu Abbey
“Excellent … Definitely a standout in the crowded medieval mystery field ”
Publishers Weekly Starred Review of Murder at Whitby Abbey
“Authentically mired in fourteenth-century religion, politics, and social unrest, the tenth volume in Clark’s consistently superior medieval mystery series will not disappoint fans of the genre ”
Booklist on Murder at Whitby Abbey
“One of the heroine’s most perilous and exciting adventures ”
Kirkus Reviews on Murder at Whitby Abbey
“Readers who favor the political tensions and historical aspects of Ellis Peters’s “Brother Cadfael” mysteries will further appreciate this leisurely paced story ”
Library Journal on Murder at Whitby Abbey
“A dramatic mystery lavishly studded with period details ”
Kirkus Reviews Starred Review of The Dragon of Handale
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