✪ The Cross-Legged Knight (Owen Archer, #8) Books ✬ Author Candace Robb – Rvtrek.info

The two things I like about this book series are Lucie and Owen and the medieval feel of the book In this book 8 the relationship between Lucie and Owen is tested with some post natal depression Lucie lost a child, but that depression is still a problem even though she lost the child through a miscarriage By the end of the book the relationship is strong, but with the hint that maybe the depression will return The medieval talk and sense of place continues with no 21st century speech.The The two things I like about this book series are Lucie and Owen and the medieval feel of the book In this book 8 the relationship between Lucie and Owen is The Cross legged Knight by Candace Robb in the 8th in the Owen Archer series This is one of my favorite medieval mystery series because Candace Robb not only evokes the 14th c city of York in such detail, but has managed to create such interesting characters both fictional and historic who develop from one book to another The title comes from the legend that knights who have been on a Crusade were often depicted with crossed legs As in her previous books, Robb manages to introduce history w The Cross legged Knight by Candace Robb in the 8th in the Owen Archer series This is one of my favorite medieval mystery series because Candace Robb not only I really enjoyed the help that Owen got in this bookI enjoyed the characters of York helping out in this book Owen s family members and neighbor helped too This was a big change from the last two It was great to have Owen working at home. I couldn t decide how to rate this one but choose to go with the high points as it did keep me reading at a quick pace, eager to see the conclusion It was well researched, the historical points that have some question were decided clearly I enjoyed a couple of the characters immensely, especially The Riverwoman, Magda There was a bit too much physical description of nastiness for my taste but it surely put me right into the moment The main trouble for me was Owen Archer himselfI m not too I couldn t decide how to rate this one but choose to go with the high points as it did keep me reading at a quick pace, eager to see the conclusion It was well researched, the historical points that have some question were decided clearly I enjoyed a couple of the characters immensely, especially The Riverwoman, Magda There was a bit too much physical description of nastiness for my taste but it surely put me right into the moment The main trouble for me was Owen Arche York, England, October Of 1371 A Series Of Accidents Is Making William Of Wykeham, Bishop Of Winchester, Paranoid Than Usual Terrified That The Family Of A Wealthy Knight Wants To Assassinate Him, He Requests The Aid Of Owen Archer, The Master Spy But Archer S Concerns Are For His Own Wife, Lucie, Who Recently Lost The Child She Carried Then A Fire Breaks Out At The Bishop S Town Houseand The Body Of A Murdered Woman Turns Up In The Charred Ruins Now Forced To Investigate Wykeham S Case, The One Eyed Agent Soon Finds Himself Entangled In A Dark Scheme That Involves Knights, Bishops, Even Kings This Plot Can Bring Death Into His Very Home Unless Archer Sets A Trap So Cunning That No Killer, No Matter How Influential And Powerful, Can Ever Escape. This book had been on my to read list for so long, that I no longer have any recollection why it made it on there in the first place Somebody must have recommended it to me, and I m a bit puzzled as to why, as it turned out half way through the book that it s the 8th book in a series Thankfully the books seem to be only very loosely connected, so the lack of a background didn t matter too much.It was an okay story, but I m really not big on whodunnits, so it only gets an average rating f This book had been on my to read list for so long, that I no longer have any recollection why it made it on there in the first place Somebody must have rec Owen is home and has been for a while Lucie has lost a pregnancy due to a fall and is quite depressed even some time later worrying most everyone A friend s father has died in captivity after the ransom to the French went awry The family blames the Bishop of Winchester and Owen is forced to protect him from unseen threats from the Lancastrian allies of the family A fire at a home the bishop rents out kills a woman who once helped Lucie Lucie and Owen are out of sync which is annoying given Owen is home and has been for a while Lucie has lost a pregnancy due to a fall and is quite depressed even some time later worrying most everyone A friend s father has died in captivity after the ransom to the French went awry The family blames the Bishop of Winchester and Owen is forced to protect him from unseen threats from the Lancastrian allies of the family A fire at a home the bishop rents out kills a woma This is my first Owen Archer novel, although I think its the sixth in the series I was able to jump right in without an issue despite the fact that there was so much rich history behind these characters.This was a very good medieval mystery with some raw emotion and some slow hea Another recommendation from work I loved the characters and the historical details plus the fact that it s set in a city I know quite well and intend to visit again this summer Managed to find the first in the series in a charity sh I love the Owen Archer mysteries and I can t remember the last time I read one This one kept me guessing It was a little depressing because Owen and Lucie go through some tough emotional times, but that adds to the realism.The story takes place among the secul The Cross-Legged Knight (Owen Archer, #8)


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