The Confession of Brother Haluin (Cadfael Chronicles, No. 15)

The Confession of Brother Haluin (Cadfael Chronicles, No. 15)

Ellis Peters


within the wintry weather of 1142, snow blankets the Bendictine Abbey of Saint Peter and Saint Paul inflicting harm to the visitor corridor, and the brothers needs to fix its roof earlier than the chance worsens. The treacherously icy stipulations are to turn out nigh deadly for Brother Haulin while he slips from the roof in a negative fall, maintaining such grave accidents that he makes his deathbed confession to the Abbot and Brother Cadfael. A startling tale of trespasses not easy for God or guy to forgive emerges. yet Haulin doesn't die. On his restoration, he units out on a trip of expiation, with Cadfael as his sole better half. An exhausting journey, it ends up in scary discoveries, and to murder...

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