The Chatter of the Maidens

The Chatter of the Maidens

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This fourth Hawkenlye mystery takes Abbess Helewise to Ely and the dank, foreboding Fens. Here, the serenity of Hawkenlye Abbey has been disturbed by the arrival of a new nun and her sisters. When a body is discovered and one of the sisters disappears, it is up to Helewise to unravel the mystery.

Independent Publishing Group
The serenity of Hawkenlye Abbey has been disturbed by the arrival of a new nun and her two young sisters. Recently orphaned, Alba has left her convent in Ely to take her grieving sisters from the scene of their sorrow. Abbess Helewise is not convinced of her selflessnessSister Alba is a mean-spirited and turbulent presence. Her anxieties grow when her friend Josse d’Acquin is brought to Hawkenlye, half-dead from blood poisoning. Then a body is discovered, and one of the sisters goes missing. In order to discover the truth behind Alba’s flight to Hawkenlye, Helewise sets off for Ely, where she uncovers a clever and chilling network of lies.


Publisher: London : New English Library, 2001
ISBN: 9780340793282
0340793287
Branch Call Number: M CLARE
Characteristics: 247 p. : map ; 18 cm

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Jun 17, 2014

Another well done work by one of my favorite authors. Keeps one reading and reading some more.

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