My Lady Judge: The First Burren Mystery (Burren Series) Paperback – 2 May 2008
Book 1 of 12 in the A Burren Mystery Series
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'A lovely, balanced blend of historical detail and good story telling. This book is appealing in every way' Brenda Rickman Vantrease 'An excellent historical novel with a most original leading character Cora Harrison has wonderfully recreated the Celtic culture of Ireland in its mysterious twilight at the end of the Middle Ages. A true Celtic feast' P. C. Doherty 'Sister Fidelma would be delighted with her sleuthing 'descendant'. Well researched and written' Peter Tremayne 'The character of Mara, the Brehon judge, is beautifully drawn ... She will make so many friends, all of whom will look forward to each new mystery with keen anticipation' Alys Clare 'She mixes faction and narrative to good effect' Dorset Echo 'A fine mix of history and mystery' Choice magazine 'This charming book could be the start of a million-selling series' Evening Herald 'This is a terrific debut of a historical series that promises something completely different. If the test of a good historical is a solid plot with an intricate setting, My Lady Judge is the real thing ... definitely a series to watch' Globe and Mail
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12 November 2013
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This book is so well written that you can easily imagine yourself back in Ireland in the fifteenth century. The research done to produce this book was really great and all historical details are based on fact. Very well written !
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I was recommended this book by my sister , I now realize we are very different !! I found the book tedious , usually I like Medieval type books but this did not draw me in
This series of books by Cora Harrison is excellent. I am gripped by the whole collection. Well formed characters and good story lines.Read more
This book is set in 1509 in Ireland where people live by the Brehon laws which seemed to work well. The main character Mara is the judge and hands out her judgments when the laws...Read more
Villainy and detection amidst the Burren, a small community on the Atlantic coast of Ireland. What is most attractive in this story is the law that is applied and practised back...Read more