The World of Brother Cadfael

  title={The World of Brother Cadfael},
  author={H. Howard},
  journal={Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture},
  pages={149 - 162}
  • H. Howard
  • Published 2007
  • Philosophy
  • Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture
FOR READERS OUTSIDE the realm of mystery fiction the name Ellis Peters is generally unknown. For mystery-genre aficionados, though, this author of the Brother Cadfael Chronicles is reputed to be the literary find of the last thirty years. Some people argue that P. D. James might rival her for that designation, and yet even those present-day Jacobites admit that Ellis Peters in most ways is the equal of their preferred writer. The tapestry of the twenty books in the Brother Cadfael Chronicles is… Expand


聖女の遺骨求む = A morbid taste for bones
Brother Cadfael comes to a village in the Welsh hills, he finds himself doing all three of those things: burying the dead, comfort the living - and to catch the murderer. Expand
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