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A Trust Betrayed
by Candace Robb

Category: Fiction / Mystery
255 pages; ISBN: 0892967080

Rating: 9/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Harriet Klausner

Review

In 1297 Scotland, Margaret, already shocked by her husband Roger Sinclair not returning home from a trip to Edinburgh five months ago, is further stunned. Roger's cousin Jack, who went in search of his missing relative, has just returned home in a shroud. Jack allegedly died in a barroom brawl.

Upon inspecting the corpse, Margaret realizes that someone deliberately and viciously murdered Jack. Unable to sit and wait any longer, Margaret travels to Edinburgh in search of her spouse and Jack's killer. She will soon learn why no one including relatives and her husband wants Margaret in the city, let alone her investigating a murder.

Readers can trust that Candace Robb will never betray their belief in the quality of her historical novels. Her latest tale is a historical mystery that is enriched with a strong feel of the era. The story line is exciting as the intrepid Margaret conducts her amateur sleuthing over the objections of seemingly everyone. A TRUST BETRAYED is hopefully the beginning of a new series from one of the better authors of medieval tales (see the Owen Archer novels for wonderful fifteenth century period mysteries).

Harriet Klausner

 

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