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Grave Goods by Ariana Franklin
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Jan 06, 10

bookshelves: mystery-historical, 2010
Read in January, 2010

The 3rd in the Mistress of the Art of Death series, an interesting, if slightly farfetched, trip to 1176 England. Adelia Aguilar is once again working for King Henry II, this time investigating the appearance of a pair of bodies at the legendary Glastonbury Abbey, rumored to be the bodies of Arthur and Guinevere themselves. Adelia is of course also unable to resist helping noble ladies, champions, thieves, and monks find justice and medicinal aid as she attempts to unlock the secret of the bodies.
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