The Sanctity of Hate by Priscilla Royal
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The Sanctity of Hate Summary
The corpse of an unpopular newcomer floats in the priory millpond. A Jewish family, refugees under the 1275 Statute of the Jewry, is accused. Did Jacob ben Asser kill him or was it Gytha, the prioress' maid? Even Prioress Eleanor now wonders if she wants to unmask the killer.
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"Starred Review. The best yet in a consistently strong series...Period details fit unobtrusively with the action, and the pacing makes this a one- or two-sitting read at most." - Publishers Weekly
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Priscilla Royal Author Biography
Priscilla Royal has a degree in World Literature from San Francisco State University, where she discovered the beauty of medieval literature. She is a theater fan as well as reader of history, mysteries, and fiction of lesser violence. She lives in Northern California and belongs to the California Writers Club and Sisters in Crime.
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