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A late spring in 1142 brings dismay to the Abbey of Saint Peter and. Ellis Peters may look sweet and prim in the photos, but she has such grace for her characters – there are few sins which she is unwilling to forgive and even the most culpable characters are generally explained as having been weak or foolish or having got themselves into situations which overwhelmed them.
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There could, after all, be legitimate reasons for her absence, something unforeseen that had met and deflected her on her way. But minute by minute it began to look less likely. Branwen had told her tearful story, and there was no question but Judith had indeed set out from home to visit the abbey
More by Ellis Peters. I am a huge fan of the Cadfael books! Always interesting and clever.
More by Ellis Peters. The Will and the Deed.
In honor of her husband, young, beautiful, and wealthy widow Judith Perle donates a house to the Abbey at Shrewsbury-for the annual rent of one white rose. When her husband dies, Judith Perle bestows a house to the Abbey of Shrewsbury. The only rent: a single white rose to be delivered annually on the translation of St. Winifred. But someone, it seems, will stop at nothing to prevent payment of the rose. And in the summer of 1142, the rose is hacked down, and lying beside it, equally hacked, is a murdered man.
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The Rose Rent - Ellis Peters. Not a whit! For I came, among other errands, to bid you to supper with us tonight, before we leave early in the morning. Abbot Radulfus has given his leave and blessing. The Thirteenth Chronicle Of Brother Cadfael, Of The Benedictine Abbey Of Saint Peter And Saint Paul, At Shrewsbury. Go, pray for fair weather and a smooth ride for us, said Hugh heartily, and gave his friend a vigorous shove towards the corner of the cloister and the south door of the church.