Christian mysteries might not be thick on the ground, but there should be more of them if they're as good as this second entry in Crow's Monastery Murders series. She knows the church, and does a very convincing job in her descriptions of England. It's a frantic dash across the landscape, and through the secrets held by time, with a gripping conclusion. The good news is that Felicity and Anthony will be back again.
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