Rue For Repentance (The Janna Mysteries #2)
After her mother dies and her home is burned to the ground, Janna is forced to flee for her life. She is given shelter at a manor farm, but all is not as it seems. A child goes missing and Janna puts her life on the line to find him, but who can she turn to for help—Edwin, the outlaw who stole from her ...more
This novel is fascinating – not from a plot perspective, but because of the details the author provides about the lives of nuns in the middle ages, and the knowledge she shares about early medicine. From the little I know of these things, they appeared to be accurate and well-researched.
There was one thing that bugged me all the way through, and this is the premise the ...more
Narrative: Third person, subjective, limited.
This series really is delightful so far! The word 'flurry' comes to mind. Or, torrential downpour on occasions. Pulman stacks quite a lot in 268 pages, but it works nicely in this sort of limited third person narrative mystery. There isn't a lot of of peripheral noise to get backlogged in, so every thing you do get