A Haunt of Murder

A Haunt of Murder

Book - 2009
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Chaucer's weary pilgrims find themselves in a forest rumored to be haunted. Huddling around the fire, they persuade the Clerk of Oxford to tell a ghostly tale of love and death that will further chill their blood.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, 2009, c2002
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780312359614
Branch Call Number: MYS Doh
Characteristics: 186 p.


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bookfanatic1979 Jun 19, 2014

There’s always a hint of the supernatural (in whatever shape) in these books, but it’s never been such an integral plot point until this entry. We not only get a regular “whodunit” murder in this story, but there’s also a good amount of “what happens after death” philosophy that put me somewhat in mind of John Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress.

Nov 02, 2009

Great book. Unexpectedly intriguing read with overtones of CS Lewis and Charles Williams. Fascinating, and very well done, insights into classic medieval Christian theology of the afterlife... all delivered in the midst of a Chaucerian tale that delivers on all levels for a mystery buff (which is why I got it out in the first place).


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