Sacrilege

SacrilegeSacrilege by S.J. Parris

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I think this is my favourite of the Giordano Bruno series so far; the supporting characters are even more well drawn this time, from the gossipy apothecary, to the flirtatious landlady and the old ex monk, they all bought the story even more to life. In this one, Bruno gets tempted to Canterbury, to help an old acquaintance from book 1, clear their name. The mystery revolves around the cathedral and the bones of Thomas Becket; there’s murder, intrigue and plenty more Catholic versus Protestant plotting and of course, Bruno is still after that book of ancient Egyptian magic.

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