"A Taste for Killing" by Sarah Hawkswood - not Cadfael level but good sleuthing in the Middle Ages

A murder in a medieval English town. A bow-maker is poisoned.. The murder mystery is a good one with many suspects and a layered situation even when all more or less evolves around the house of the murdered man. The sleuthing trio: nobleman Hugh Bradecote and old experienced Serjeant Catchpoll and their young trainee stay a bit two dimensional but maybe that is because this is part 10 in a series and the people who have read all the books (I had not) will be familiar with them by now. 









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