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Sacred Treason by James Forrester
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Oct 22, 11

really liked it
Read in October, 2011

Pretty compelling read from respected British historian writing fiction under this pen name. Forrester takes a pretty obscure bit of English succession legal precedent, adds a mystery that must be unravled bit by bit, throws in mostly historical characters that could have easily been involved in the plot, keeps swords and knives stabbing and cutting to insure an increasing body count and an intellectual hero who is forced to become a man of action. All in all, the story picks up speed quickly and turns into a page turner.

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