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The Law of Angels

Abbess Hildegard of Meaux (Volume 3)

Cassandra Clark

Minotaur Books

York, 1385. Just as the Mystery Plays are about to unfold, a young woman witnesses a terrible crime and turns to Abbess Hildegard of Meaux for protection. In The Law of Angels, Cassandra Clark once again shows us the human side of history, giving readers new reason to follow Publishers Weekly's rallying cry: “Medievalists rejoice!”

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Chapter One
 
Some days before this, in the deep peace of a summer morning, Hildegard was lifting skeps in the lower meadow at Deepdale. She wore a white mesh veil and padded gauntlets and worked to the sound of contented bees murmuring within the hives.
Three years had passed since King Richard and Mayor Walworth had outfaced Wat Tyler’s shocked and betrayed countrymen at Smithfield. In fact the third anniversay of Tyler’s murder fell on the Feast of Corpus Christi in scarcely a fortnight’s time.
And it was two years since Archbishop Courtenay had received the
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Read the Kirkus Review of THE LAW OF ANGELS . Sister Hildegard again defends the innocent amid political intrigue in medieval Yorkshire (<em>The Red Velvet Turnshoe<em>, 2009, etc.).
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  • CASSANDRA CLARK lives in London.

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    Abbess Hildegard of Meaux

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