The Sanctuary Sparrow (Brother Cadfael #7)

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Title: The Sanctuary Sparrow
Series: Brother Cadfael
Author: Ellis Peters
Rating: 3 of 5 Stars
Genre: Mystery
Pages: 289
Format: Kindle Digital Editions

Synopsis:

A young jongleur is accused of theft and murder. Taking sanctuary in the church grounds, he has 40 days for the law to determine his guilt or innocence.

Brother Cadfael is convinced of his innocence and sets out to help prove it.

 

My Thoughts:

Mysteries aren’t my favorite things but I still like to occasionally read them just to keep up the slight variety in my SFF world.

 

What I don’t like is that information is doled out, or not in many cases, to the reader and not much actually happens.The writing was excellent but this just wasn’t my thing.

 

I also think that this was the last tv episode I watched back in ’13, so I mostly knew what was going on right from the get go.

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