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Author: Patrick Tull,Ellis Peters
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The Sanctuary Sparrow by Patrick Tull,Ellis Peters

Author: Ellis Peters Narrator: Patrick Tull Publisher: Recorded Books, LLC Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: . hours Release Date: April 2017 ISBN: 9781440788826. In the middle of the abbey's evening services, an angry mob pursues a young boy into the sacred peace of the sanctuary. Terrified and in tatters, he clutches at the altar-cloth, grasping for mercy in the only sure place he might find it. Download and start listening now!

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Written by Ellis Peters, Audiobook narrated by Patrick Tull. Your audiobook is waitin. he Sanctuary Sparrow. The Seventh Chronicle of Brother Cadfael. Narrated by: Patrick Tull. Length: 9 hrs and 31 mins.

The Seventh Chronicle of Brother Cadfael. v. released in October 7, 2002. That I cannot do, said the abbot crisply. If the law itself were here, there is no power can now take away this man from the sanctuary he has sought. You should know the right of it as well as I, and the peril, body and soul, to any who dare to breach that sanctuary. Go, take the pollution of your violence out of this holy place. We have duties here which your presence in hatred defiles.

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Synopsis: A young jongleur is accused of theft and murder. Taking sanctuary in the church grounds, he has 40 days for the law to determine his guilt or innocence. Another excellent book from the Brother Cadfael series. Very well written, gives you a bit of the taste of that time, although, obviously, not written in Old English. ) MrsRK Nov 21, 2016. 0 5 Author: Ellis Peters. In the Spring of 1140, a young man, pursued by a lynching mob, claims sanctuary just in time to save his life.

The Sanctuary Sparrow book. Cadfael series: excellent historical fiction. Ellis Peters draws the reader into the twelfth century with modern story telling but holds us there with a richness of detail which evokes a time and place which might as well be fictional. Though the foreground of each chronicle is a murder mystery, behind it a nation and a culture are woven in a wondrous tapestry.

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Reviews: 7
I was hooked on Brother Cadfael from my first read. The good Brother is close to my age (68) and I got to know his varied past experiences before he took his vows and from this was able to follow his tales with a personal affection for him, respect for his justice and gratification from his successes. Mind, they don't come easily in the Cadfael books! As a bonus, the historical setting is a major plus for those of us who like historical fiction, and will likely captivate new readers just as it has me. One can learn while being entertained by this series. By the way, I purchased and read this and all my Cadfael reads electronically. The quality is very good, the editing errors minor.
This seventh book of the Brother Cadfael series takes place over seven days in Shrewsbury. I love the opening with the brothers midnight Mass interrupted by Liliwin, a traveling entertainer besot by an angry wedding mob. They accuse of theft and murder. He seeks, and is granted, sanctuary, at the Abby until the whole thing can be sorted out.

It took me awhile to figure out who the murderer actually was. Ellis did a wonderful job of hiding the clues up until the very end. She does an outstanding job of representing life in the 12th century. Particularly, in household duties of the wife and what type of authority she has.

If you've read any of the other Brother Cadfael books, you won't be disappointed with this one.
This falls in between the stellar Cadfael mysteries and the more mundane ones. The "sanctuary sparrow" is an itinerant juggler and musician who, fingered as the murderer of one of Shrewbury's most prominent merchants, flees into the church of Saints Peter and Paul, asking for sanctuary. The problem is, he's such a meek, downtrodden soul that it's hard to work up a real interest in him. Never mind; keep reading to meet the interesting character: the merchant's strong-willed daughter, about to lose her place in the household to her new sister-in-law.
Ellis Peters' outstanding Brother Cadfael series is without a doubt one of the best of the genre. Not only have I read every volume in the series, but I have reread them several times. Ellis Peters has a way with her when she crafts her tale. She is a treasure. A word to the wise, however: the Public Broadcasting System version of Cadfael mutilates her stories. One must READ the prose to savor these stories.
This is the second book of the Cadfael series I have read and enjoyed it just as thorough as the first. I selected at random and want to go back and read the series in the order of publication although it appears that each is capable of standing alone. Always thrilled to discover a new author. I would recommend Peters to anyone needing a break from traditional modern mysteries.
Ellis Peters does and excellent job of keeping the reader guessing as to is the guilty party in all of his twenty Cadfael stories. He is a good writer and knows eleventh century culture and history of life on the Welsh -England border. I highly recommend all of his Chronicles of Brother Cadfael books. The books are also of reasonable cost.
I have long read and admired Ellis Peters Brother Cadfield stories. I watched all of the Mystery movies as well. I have been fascinated with the descriptions of 12 th century living in the cloister and towns. This story was as fascinating as the others in the series and I shall look forward to rereading others as well.
Enjoy how Peters uses the medieval times to have a mystery that would be easily solved with our sophisticated techniques now, but keeps them in the era. This one was enjoyable to the end.