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The Goldsmith's Daughter✻ [EPUB] ✰ The Goldsmith's Daughter By Kate Sedley ❅ – Varanus.us King Edward IV trembles as he decides the fate of his sibling And Richard, Duke of Gloucester, plots, trying to find a way to save George from being put to death by their eldest and powerful brother, King Edward IV trembles as he decides the fate of his sibling And Richard, Duke of Gloucester, plots, trying to find a way to save George from being put to death by their eldest and powerful brother, the King So when the Duke sees his old and loyal servant, monk turned travelling salesman Roger the Chapman, among the crowd at the trial he recognises that The Goldsmith's PDF/EPUB or he has a chance If only the chapman sleuth could prove that the kinswoman of the King s favourite leman hadn t poisoned her taciturn husband If Isolda Bonifant, the daughter of a well established London goldsmith, were innocent and her name cleared, then Edward s chief mistress cousin of the accused Isolda would be than willing to do the wily Duke s bidding But Roger the Chapman must act fast and, in a complex case like this one and with the pressure of Richard of Gloucester upon him, he can t simply rely on his intuition.

The Goldsmith's Daughter PDF » The Goldsmith's
  • Hardcover
  • 222 pages
  • The Goldsmith's Daughter
  • Kate Sedley
  • English
  • 15 August 2018
  • 0727857320

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  1. says:

    It s been a long time since I ve read any of the Roger the Chapman books, and I d forgotten how much I enjoy them I need to go back and find the ones I haven t read 5 6 by my count , and there areafter this.I like middle class Roger s take on the world of late 15th century England, and I like how Sedley spools out her mysteries She doesn t have the complex world of Sharan Newman or Candace Robb, let alone C.J Sansom in fact her books are farlike those of Ellis Peters or Margaret It s been a long time since I ve read any of the Roger the Chapman books, and I d forgotten how much I enjoy them I need to go back and find the ones I haven t read 5 6 by my count , and there areafter this.I like middle class Roger s take on the world of late 15th century England, and I like how Sedley spools out her mysteries She doesn t have the complex world of Sharan Newman or Candace Robb, let alone C.J Sansom in fact her books are farlike those of Ellis Peters or Margaret Frazer But sometimes I don t want something so complex, and Sedley s careful enough with historical details to keep me happy, with characters I feel engaging.But, I must confess, part of the attraction is her sympathetic portrayal of Richard, Duke of Gloucester Yes, I m one of those.So, Roger, I apologize for my long absence I ll try not to be gone so long next time


  2. says:

    This book continues an enjoyable cozy series Roger and his wife, Adela, journey to London for a pleasure trip, where Roger is summoned by Richard, Duke of Gloucester to solve a murder The characters are interesting and likable, and the story is well plotted and engaging Roger uses intellect and intuition to solve the mystery.


  3. says:

    When Roger takes his wife to London to see a royal wedding, Richard of Gloucester ropes him in to do a favor for Jane Shore so Jane will hopefully do a favor for Richard A cousin of Jane s, Isolda the goldsmith s daughter, has been under suspicion ever since Isolda s husband died of poison Roger finds a basically likeable, intricately interreacting family group I like mysteries where psychology is a reliable clue in this one it worked neatly and cleanly.


  4. says:

    Set during the time of King Richard, and his two brothers, one brother is trying to save his other brother from being killed by King Richard He thinks that if he does a favor for the chief mistress, she will help persuade the king to leave their brother alone So Roger is asked to do the prince s bidding, and puts his own life at risk.


  5. says:

    I think I read an earlier book in this series, but I didn t remember any of it And this was the earliest one available at the library, so I went for it.The characters are pretty good and the mystery solid, though I did guess whondunnit and I m not really generally good at that.The sense of place was decent, but not described in detail.


  6. says:

    Another entertaining entry in this series Lots of characters and red herrings in this story of infidelity and death by poisoning.

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