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Revelation (Matthew Shardlake Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2008

    Fourth in the series: worth the wait!

    Have been waiting to get together with Matthew Shardlake since his adventures in Sovreign. The best two books in the series have been Dissolution and Sovreign, but this new book is not a disappointment. Once again, Shardlake has to deal with criminals, the vagaries of the government under Henry VIII and the religious elements fomenting. Shardlake's development as a character and his relationships with his colleagues is intriguing and the elements of historical detail make the mysteries believable and fascinating. Can't wait for the next installment!

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  • Posted April 30, 2010

    Like the series very much

    I started with a middle book and have gotten all of them up to date. This is a favorite historical era. It is always a good read to have another insight into happenings when fiction is enhanced by fact.

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  • Posted May 9, 2009

    A mystery set in the time of Henry VIII with interesting characters and a good plot that keeps you reading to the end.

    This is a new author for me and I must say that I have bought two more of his books because the writing was good. There were enough complications to the plot that you kept on your toes, enough surprises to keep you reading, some fascinating and quirky characters. I have enjoyed some of Philippa Gregory's books and loved Margaret George's book "Henry VIII" which I think helps in reading books of this time.
    Good mystery.

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