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by Alys Clare

Free eBook Joys of My Life (Hawkenlye) download ISBN: 0727866958
Author: Alys Clare
Publisher: Severn House Publishers; World ed. edition (January 1, 2009)
Language: English
Pages: 224
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Mystery
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Alys Clare divides her time between Tonbridge, England-in the area where ""Tavern in the Morning"" is set-and her . Author did an excellent job of tying the entire series together. I would strongly recommend Alys Clair's books. 5 people found this helpful.

Alys Clare divides her time between Tonbridge, England-in the area where ""Tavern in the Morning"" is set-and her ancient stone cottage in Brittany. The author of two previous Hawkenlye mysteries, ""Fortune Like the Moon"" and ""Ashes of the Elements,"" she has also studied archaeology at the University of Kent at Canterbury.

Typically enjoyable read from Alys Clare. This is the 12th (and last) entry in the Hawkenlye series and picks up and pulls together many threads from previous books. Apr 10, 2013 Megan rated it liked it. As with all the series, I really enjoyed it. However, some of the religious musings were a little too "in your face", although it did make me wonder about the thousands of varying opinions that we'll never know as the centuries lead to generalisations.

Alys Clare is a pseudonym of Elizabeth Harris, author of English historical whodunnit novels primarily set in medieval times . 1 Hawkenlye mysteries. The Joys of My Life (2009).

Alys Clare is a pseudonym of Elizabeth Harris, author of English historical whodunnit novels primarily set in medieval times, featuring the characters of Abbess Helewise and Josse d'Acquin. Brought up in the countryside close to where the Hawkenlye Novels are set, she went to school in Tonbridge and later studied English at the University of Keele. She has also published Contents. 2 Aelf Fen mysteries. 3 Gabriel Taverner mysteries. The Rose of the World (2011). The Song of the Nightingale (2012).

2008) (Book 12 in the Hawkenlye series) A novel by Alys Clare. The new novel in the Hawkenlye series - May 1199. Abbess Helewise has been summoned by Queen Eleanor to discuss the building of a chapel at Hawkenlye Abbey

2008) (Book 12 in the Hawkenlye series) A novel by Alys Clare. Abbess Helewise has been summoned by Queen Eleanor to discuss the building of a chapel at Hawkenlye Abbey. Meanwhile, Sir Josse dAcquin is on the trail of a group of mysterious knights rumoured to be devil worshippers. As Helewise heads for home, Josse follows his quarry to Chartres, where he meets the last person he expects: Joanna. And she has grave problems of her own. Genre: Historical Mystery. Similar books by other authors

A Hawkenlye medieval mystery - May 1199. Books related to Joys of My Life, The.

A Hawkenlye medieval mystery - May 1199. Meanwhile, Sir Josse d'Acquin is on the trail of a group of mysterious knights rumoured to be devil worshippers. Skip this list.

Book in the Hawkenlye Mysteries Series). Queen Eleanor has summoned Abbess Helewise and her party to discuss the building of a chapel at Hawkenlye Abbey, dedicated to the well-being of the soul of her dear son King Richard.

Книга жанра: Детективы, Исторические детективы. to Hawkenlye for aid, but it was possible he had gone to the canons at Tonbridge. Josse would go and see and, before he did so, visit Gervase de Gifford and alert him to the danger in their midst. Читать онлайн в библиотеке Booksonline. He rode into the sheriff’s courtyard while the family were still at breakfast. Gervase ushered him inside and offered him food and drink; both were very welcome, for Josse had ridden out from Hawkenlye with no more than a cup of water and a hard heel of bread inside him. Joys of My Life - Alys Clare.

The new novel in the Hawkenlye series - May 1199. Abbess Helewise has been summoned by Queen Eleanor to discuss the building of a chapel at Hawkenlye Abbey. Meanwhile, Sir Josse dAcquin is on the trail of a group of mysterious knights rumoured to be devil worshippers. As Helewise heads for home, Josse follows his quarry to Chartres, where he meets the last person he expects: Joanna. And she has grave problems of her own . . .
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Ghordana
I was a bit disappointed with this story. There was very little about the way that people lived in the times, their food, their housing, the differences in status, etc. There was too much of the occult, made up out of whole cloth by the author. I prefer an historic adventure story not an historic fantasy story. The story itself was mostly about Sir Josse tracking down a devil worshiper and the supernatural doings of the "woods people". For action there was only one small instance of sword play. It was nice to how see the main characters in the series evolved. It's okay but I wish there was more historic content.
Murn
This was a well written and researched novel which really evokes the age in which it is set. I really enjoyed the story and the way that the different plots were interwoven. We see the Abbess of Hawkenlye travelling to France to meet with Eleanor of Aquitaine and given an onerous task and her companion Josse given an even greater and more troubling task. The final chapters resolve not only the completion of these tasks but take us into the future to see how Josse and Helewise met the challenges and handled the joys that came with successfully overcoming them. I would recommend this novel and the series to those who like well written and interesting stories and well drawn characters.
Voodoogore
Alys Clare continues to draw together the various threads created in earlier novels into a coherent whole, creating a family group which will form a basis for future plots. She paints an interesting picture of the establishing of Christian sanctuaries over those created by earlier religions, and the reactions of those affected by it. A thought provoking read for those interested in secular and religious history.
Yggfyn
I have read may historical mysteries and I think the Hawkenlye series is the best since the Brother Cadfael mysteries. The characterization is excellent. I thought this one was the best of the series because of the great plot and fascinating setting in Chartres.
Pedar
A very well written story of life then. A family of personalities draw you in, and you know life as they breathe it.
Halloween
This tale just gets better and mor intriguing with every page and every chapter. An ancient tale that hold true.
Rarranere
This was the last book in this series. Author did an excellent job of tying the entire series together. I would strongly recommend Alys Clair's books.
I really enjoyed this book. It tells an intriguing story and also ties up all lose ends. From what I read it sounds like the last book in this series.