"A bonanza to fans of the period; a sore test of patience for others."
Once again, 15th-century Canterbury, where no one seems to have died a natural death, is the background for the latest investigation by apothecary-physician Kathryn Swinbrooke (The Book of Shadows, 1996, etc.).
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