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A Draught For A Dead Man By Caroline Roe,

  • Title: A Draught For A Dead Man
  • Author: Caroline Roe
  • ISBN: 9780425193082
  • Page: 234
  • Format: Paperback
  • NEW from the two time Anthony Award nominated author of A Potion for a Widow Blind Jewish physician Isaac of Girona travels to northern Catalonia to heal an injured man But the real cure requires uncovering the danger that surrounds him.
    A Draught For A Dead Man NEW from the two time Anthony Award nominated author of A Potion for a Widow Blind Jewish physician Isaac of Girona travels to northern Catalonia to heal an injured man But the real cure requires unco

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    1. I d give this 4.5 if possible, even a 5 within this series I disagree with my respected other readers the plot is not convoluted, but instead a good and puzzling mystery I read it on and off over a few busy days and had no trouble following it, and this one had the best combination so far of characters including all we ve come to know and appreciate, plus a court setting for a Spanish princess with all its intrigue , plotting, specific historical contexts and advancement of threads from the over [...]

    2. Again, confusing to follow all the subplots the way this author typically constructs these books with many minor characters I am not a patient person, so it does annoy I still am invested in the lives of the blind physician, his daughter Raquel and his apprentice Yusuf It is hard to give up the storyline, but one loses patience Will Raquel and Daniel finally get the opportunity to marry Not yet in this book Away they go from Girona to Perpignanwith many near death and improbable experiences I su [...]

    3. I would like to give this book a 4.5.This series is excellent, and it definitely helps to read the series in order to learn about the main characters especially, the Dr Isaac of Girona, his wife, his daughter, his Muslim assistant, and the Bishop The characters are developed quite well in the series and one learns a tremendous amount about the life in that area of the Iberian Peninsula in the mid 1300s, not just the Jewish community As others have said, this one kept my attention even better tha [...]

    4. I read the first book in the series, Remedy for Treason, and liked it so I picked this up at the library I m afraid after stopping and starting several times I have just about given up trying to continue It seems like the first quarter of the book just keeps going on and on about characters other than the ones like Isaac that brought me back to read another book in this series I know backstory on the new characters for each particular story is important, but there was too much in this book.

    5. Interesting historical mystery set in the mid 1500 s in Spain It is one of the Chronicles of Isaac of Girona, a blind Jewish physician of renown He is drawn in a conspiracy involving an attempt to make money trading contraband and covering up their efforts It involves murder, attempted murder, and efforts to cover things up.

    6. Not as good as A Poultice for a Healer by the same author Too disjointed, and so little plot is revealed at the beginning that it s hard to take an interest The historical setting is still very natural and convincing.

    7. It was difficult to keep track of all the characters because they all had Spanish or Jewish names which is something I m not quite used to Despite that, I enjoyed this book a lot and thought it was a good story.

    8. Fast paced with new developments on each page Isaac, Raquel, and Yusuf expertly untangle the complex webs of intrigue

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