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The Poisoned Serpent

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 20, 2000

    Fun weekend reading, but lacking in depth

    This book ties up the loose ends left at the hasty conclusion of No Dark Place, but it doesn't measure up to her earlier works. The main characters were flat and overly predictable, as was the story's conclusion. It was an enjoyable book, but I had expected more from this author.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent medieval mystery

    It has been less than a year since Hugh discovered that he is a De Leon, the nephew and heir to the Earl of Wiltshire. Kidnapped when he was eight, Hugh was raised as the foster son of the Sheriff of Lincoln and his wife. His new rank in society brings with it the expectation that he will enter into a marriage that will increase his family¿s power base. The obstinate Hugh plans to wed Cristen Haslin whose father the Lord of Somerford is a vassal to Wiltshire. <P>Hugh is prepared to give up his new position and elope with his beloved Cristen. However, before they can complete their plans, Hugh learns that his boyhood friend is accused of killing the Earl of Lincoln. Hugh knows his pal could never perform such a heinous task. He rushes to Lincoln to ferret out the identity of the real killer even though the adjudicating officials are convinced that recent military events tie Hugh¿s friend to the crime. <P>The civil war that raged in England between the forces of Matilda and Stephen affected nobles and commoners alike albeit in different ways. It is during this turbulent time frame that the events in THE POISONED SERPENT occur. Honor is something that can be purchased for a fee or some land, and truth is judged by whom is in control at the time. Joan Wolf is a talented storyteller who writes a clever historical mystery starring an engaging hero whose ethics makes him stand out among his peers. Fans of medieval mysteries will want Lord Hugh and his band of merry followers to return in future engagements. <P>Harriet Klausner

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