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4.0 out of 5 stars

VINE VOICETOP 1000 REVIEWERon 10 July 2010
This appears to be the last in the Ursula Blanchard series (excluding the character's brief and rather unsatisfactory appearance in the author's House of Allerbrook writen using her real name). I am sorry for that, as I have generally enjoyed the series and really like and care about the regular characters - I think regular characters are the great strength of series such as these. This one toddles along nicely and reveals some of the complexity of the real Ridolfi plot, though I don't think it's among the strongest in the series. As I have said before, the portrayal of Catholics is rather simplistic in showing evevry single one as being hell-bent on setting up the Inquisition and burning heretics, and this does grate a bit. But I am sorry there will, it seems, be no more of these books.
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