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The Second Cadfael Omnibus: Saint Peter's Fair, The Leper of Saint Giles, The Virgin in the Ice: "St.Peter's Fair", "Leper of St.Giles", "Virgin in the Ice" Paperback – 10 Oct 1991
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A more attractive and prepossessing detective would be hard to find. (SUNDAY TIMES)
If this is a first-time read then it will be sheer bad luck if the reader foes not fall for Cadfael. (THE TIMES)
Three masterly mysteries featuring the mediaeval sleuth and herbalist, Brother Cadfael, set in Shrewsbury.See all Product description
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I had a full set of the individual books many years ago but lost them so have now managed to replace them by buying the seven omnibus books which was a cheaper way of doing it.
The omnibus versions are nice large books but not too heavy and look good on the shelf. The stories are just as good as I remember them.
Ellis Peters has created a deeply enjoyable twelfth century version of Shrewsbury and its abbey, revolving around Cadfael's worldly wise but spiritually focused character. In the midst of the direst emergencies Cadfael remains earthed, tending his herb garden and contemplating the solution of mysteries. All around him young lovers, murderers and the crazier citizens of the town rush around solving nothing, until Cadfael gets involved, often with his constant helper and supporter, Hugh Beringar at his side.
Ellis Peters has a wildly romantic imagination, much appreciated by me. I particularly loved 'The Leper of Saint Giles' (with a special mention for Brother Mark) and 'The Virgin in the Ice'. I will say no more. Too busy reading the next in the series!