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Title:La Rose et le Chardon
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Publisher:10/18
ISBN:2264049642
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Category:Mystery, Historical mystery, Medieval, Historical fiction, Historical

La Rose et le Chardon by Kate Sedley, Corine Derblum

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC La Rose et le Chardon En ce printemps exasp r e par les incessantes incursions cossaises sur son territoire l Angleterre d cide de r pliquer une fois pour toutes ses arm es marcheront vers le nord et soumettront l Ecosse Mandat par Timothy Plummer ma tre espion Roger le Colporteur est contraint de quitter les siens pour se rendre sur cette terre indomptable et inhospitali re Sa mission assurer la t te des troupes anglaises la protection du duc d Albany jusqu Edimbourg o il doit tre sacr roi Mais bient t au jeu trouble des alliances les complots se trament Meurtre journal intime amant secret Sans oublier les apparitions fantomatiques de l Homme vert ancien symbole de mort et de r surrection qui ne tarde pas mettre Roger en garde un danger imminent l attend personnellement

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The Wicked Winter (Roger the Chapman, #6), The Brothers of Glastonbury (Roger the Chapman, #7), The Weaver's Tale (Roger the Chapman, #3), Death and the Chapman (Roger the Chapman, #1), The Holy Innocents (Roger the Chapman, #4), The Eve of Saint Hyacinth (Roger the Chapman, #5), The Weaver's Inheritance (Roger the Chapman, #8), The Saint John's Fern (Roger the Chapman, #9), The Plymouth Cloak (Roger the Chapman, #2), The Lammas Feast (Roger the Chapman, #11)
July and business is good for Bristol s bakers during the lead up to Lammastide Loaf mass the ancient harvest festival But the shady Jasper Fairbrother s baking days are over when he s found face down with a knife in his back Suspicion immediately falls on the mysterious Breton who d arrived that day and had been seen having an argument with Fairbrother But when it emerges that the Breton is also a suspected Lancastrian spy Roger the Chapman wonders if suspicion of murder is merely a convenient pretext for the authorities to hunt down the Breton True there is no reason for Roger to take an interest in the case and should he when he ought to be peddling his wares to provide for his new baby boy But his curiosity and sense of justice is piqued and before he finds out who murdered the baker he is to become more than a little personally involved as some of the things nearest and dearest to his heart come under threat, No description available, It is a shadowy early morning in April Hock Monday two weeks and a day past Easter There s spring in the air and in Roger s step as he approaches the thriving village of Totnes But Roger also senses danger in the air A pack of cutthroats wanders the forest after a night of stealing and pillaging in the surrounding villages and Roger barely manages to hide from them in the brush Arriving in Totnes he learns that the marauding band has been terrorizing the countryside for weeks stealing livestock taking money and goods from travelers and raiding cottages And worse although there is no proof they are believed to be responsible for the disappearance of two village children The entire town is devastated and paralyzed by fear Roger playfully hocked by a group of women then rescued and let go with only a kiss apiece as his ransom stays in the village for a few days rest Hearing the tale of the missing children from his handsome rescuer Grizelda Harbourne who was also the two children s nurse Roger gets caught up in their story But his God given mind for mysteries and his heightened sense of danger are baffled How did the children get out of the house unnoticed in broad daylight Why did they leave and where did they go Would the outlaws really kill just for the sake of killing Roger cannot rest or rule out the possibility of more violence until he solves the puzzle, Roger the traveling chapman should be on his way home to medieval Bristol after a nice summer s peddling But a request from his duke to escort a bride en route to her betrothed takes him toward Wells where the groom and his brother have vanished br Roger links the disappearances to the discovery of ancient scrolls written in a strange language But as he deciphers the archaic tongue he concludes that a still greater mystery lies at the heart of the brothers disappearance br