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A Gift of Sanctuary Mayhem And Miracles In Wales Beckon Owen Archer Back To His Rootsand To A Ruthless KillerIn The Wet Spring Of , A Time Of Political Unrest, A Murdered Man Is Left Outside The Gates Of St David S, Wales Not Far Away, A Wounded Stranger, Drenched In Blood Not All Of It His Own Is Carried To Sanctuary By A Wandering Bard And A Mystery Linked To Warring Passions For A Woman And A Nation Begins For Owen ArcherOwen, Leaving His Family Behind, Has Undertaken A Holy Pilgrimage To Wales With His Ailing Father In Law And His Friend Geoffrey Chaucer And Has Agreed To Carry Out A Mission For The English King But He Is Unexpectedly Moved By His Return To His Native Land And When Asked To Investigate The Killing At St David S, Owen Sharp At Discerning Truth From Falsehood Begins To See The Momentous Import Of A Fugitive Shrouded In Secrecy, A Lady Betrayed By Love, And The Ties Binding A Man S Soulthat Tighten To Torment His Heart


About the Author: Candace Robb

Storyteller, mythweaver, author of the Owen Archer, Kate Clifford, Margaret Kerr mysteries Primary residence, medieval York I blog about writing, medieval history, writing women s stories, and feature new scholarship in my field at candacerobbbooks.com, and share loads of medieval news, folklore, and whimsy on my facebook page, Candace Robb



10 thoughts on “A Gift of Sanctuary

  1. says:

    Candace Robb s medieval mysteries are always admirable history, and A Gift of Sanctuary is no exception In it, she gives readers a detailed look at politics, religion, and life in fourteenth century Wales Owen Archer comes home after several decades in the service of English kings and prelates.But I found this mystery impenetrable too many characters and actions pulling in different direct


  2. says:

    I did not enjoy this book as much as the others in the series The plot was too convoluted for me to follow, and there were too many characters As a result, I wasn t terribly interested in the story The next in the series looks to beof the same, so perhaps I am done with Owen Archer, at least for now It s a shame, Robb is a good writer and her series characters are likeable.


  3. says:

    DisappointedI typically am intrigued by the Owen Archer books but without Lucie, the children and the apothecary shop, I found this book exhausting Trying to keep all of the names straight was impossible.


  4. says:

    I have read the prior Owen Archer books and enjoyed them I was happy to read a number of the reviews of A Gift of Sanctuary in which reviewers found the novel has too many characters, a very convoluted plot, and a mystery they didn t care much about Until I read these reviews, I thought it was me, but it turns out it s not me, it s A Gift of Sanctuary I always enjoyed the series for it s historical glimpse into the


  5. says:

    In this novel, Owen and company are traveling to Wales on a Pilgrimage and a Pilgrimage They fully intend to worship at a sacred pool, but are going to do a little spying on the way However, their plans are interrupted when their contact turns up dead Owen has a reputation, now, and is requested by the authorities to solve the man s death.Owen confronts treachery, beautiful women, and an internal struggle in his quest to sol


  6. says:

    Owen Archer is tasked with taking his ailing father in law on a pilgrimage to Wales His father in law wants to express appreciation for his family being spared from the recent plague.The journey is long all the while Robert the father in law is weakening Throughout the journey and the final destination, Archer and his small group of travelers meet many interesting people and challenges And, Archer finds himself conflicted with whethe


  7. says:

    Fascinating historical fiction set York, England in the late 1300 s The Black Death has mostly passed, though it makes a recurrence in this installment and the confusing politics of church and state take center stage, as well as medicine as was practiced by apothecaries.The plots are a fascinating mix, the character absorbing A great series On to the next


  8. says:

    This was my sixth Owen Archer book and the first where I found myself totally disappointed The characters you have come to know in the first five books are missing and yhere are so many new characters introduced that it was hard to keep track Hopefully 7 will return with some of the usual characters and aenjoyable mystery.


  9. says:

    Hard to followHad this come with some background prior to the story, it would have beenenjoyable I had trouble with all the new characters and often wondered what the point was I did enjoy the references to the Canterbury tales.


  10. says:

    What a sensational and rewarding read is this series.


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