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Solace for a Sinner (Chronicles of Isaac of Girona, #4) The Author Of An Antidote For Avarice Continues The Intriguing Adventures Of Blind Jewish Physician Isaac Of Gerona In Medieval Spain, Isaac Heads The Search For The Fabled Holy Grail And An Unholy Killer

About the Author: Caroline Roe

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10 thoughts on “Solace for a Sinner (Chronicles of Isaac of Girona, #4)

  1. says:

    I really have enjoyed this series, and agree with another reviewer that it is best to read the books in this series in order, especially because of character development.I have been sick so finished this book in three days It is not fast paced except toward the end but if one is looking for a fast paced mystery, I would recommend a different series The author has done a tremendous amount of research The mail story line

  2. says:

    4 Isaac of Girona historical mystery set in 1550 s Spain, featuring the blind Jewish physician and his family In this installment, the Holy Grail has apparently come to Girona in the hands of a merchant who is trying to auction it off to the highest bidder Rumors abound and then one of the hopeful buyers ends up dead, as does the merchant himself Near panic ensues in the marketplaces as the rumors escalate about the Grai

  3. says:

    An interesting entry in a really good series, with a Holy Grail angle and a fine climax Roe has done a good job with physician Isaac of Girona and his family in their medieval setting, as well as the Bishop of Girona and other characters This series is best read in order This book develops the characters even further than the earlier books, and has a good story.

  4. says:

    I always love Carolline Roe s books, and this one is no exception The characters are unique and interesting and the mystery is complicated enough to keep your interest and keep you guessing, but not so complicated that you lose interest in the details Overall, a perfect historical mystery with much of the ancient Spanish culture woven in throughout the book.

  5. says:

    Readable but not as good as the earlier books in the series I really like Caroline Roe s prose and her attention to period detail.

  6. says:

    Very suspenseful This is the 4th book in the Isaac of Girona series.Rumor has it that the Holy Grail is in Girona and after the first man ends up dead things spiral out of control.

  7. says:

    I like the idea of this seriesthan I ve liked the actual execution of it While I still like them I wish they were better.

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