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St. Oswald's Niche

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From the moment Jennet move in with the other students working on archaeological digs in beautiful York, England, someone seems to be setting her up as a thief. Small things disappear, and her dormmates make ugly insinuations. Then, disaster: an exquisite medieval chalice uncovered in the St. Oswald's dig is stolen.

By this time, Jennet has suspicions of her own. Something
Mass Market Paperback, 309 pages
Published November 24th 1991 by Ivy Books
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May 05, 2014 rated it liked it
Shelves: mystery
Not a bad little mystery, enjoyed the history and setting. Fairly lightweight in terms of relationships, but entertaining.

If Frankos had written more mysteries, I'd read them, I had a nice time.
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A young historian is in England to give a paper and a chance meeting at Canterbury yields her a summer job with an imminent scholar in her field. Some interesting archeology, thievery, and a few ghosts and a little slapstick make for a great read.
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Laura Frankos writes the Great White Way Wayback Machine column on and is the author of several books in the fields of mystery, science fiction, and fantasy. Frankos also works as a librarian and lives in Chatsworth, CA, with her husband, author Larry Turtledove."
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