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Threads of Treason Free read Ù 102 ð When two of the nuns creating the Bayeux Tapestry fall from the tower of the Priory of St Thomas the Apostle Abbess Eleanor and her protg Therese are sent to investigate As the adventures unfold the intrigue created between the Norman Princes and Bishops as well as the tensions between the conuerors and the naWhen two of the nuns creating the Bayeux Tapestry fall from the tower of the Priory of St Thomas the Apostle Abbess Eleanor and her protg Therese are sent to investigate As the adventures unfold the intrigue created between the Norman Princes. When two nuns working on the Bayeux Tapestry fall to their deaths Sister Therese and her mentor are sent to England to investigate This was a decent medieval mystery that has obviously been well researched but just lacks a certain something to make it a truly thrilling read I would be interested to see where the author goes next with her writing

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And Bishops as well as the tensions between the conuerors and the native Britons deepen to great and dramatic effect Mary Bale has captured the spirit and feel of the times which she evokes in this her first novel The sense of intrigue is heig. Hum drum mystery about attempt to destroy Bayeux Tapestry deaths of nun and prioress Not outstanding in any way and I regretted no colored plate showing the Bayeux TapestryhttpsenwikipediaorgwikiBayeux

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Threads of TreasonHtened by the writing style which is taut fast paced and heavy with a sense of mystery This extensively researched novel is sure to appeal to those looking for an evocative tale of adventure and intrigue made vivid by fascinating period detail. This was an amazing read to be honest Thoroughly researched exceptionally well written this story immerses you in eleventh century intrigue and plotAs a historical novel it really gripped me I enjoyed the storyline and found it easy to follow and hard to put downIf I'm being hyper critical the only and I mean ONLY fault I would suggest this novel has is in the cover The coat of arms has one too many lions as William I's emblem had only two lions passant The three lions didn't arrive until Richard I when this was adopted as the coat of arms of England and Richard's successorsIf you're a fan of historical fiction I strongly recommend this book