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The Killer of Pilgrims

The Sixteenth Chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew
Narrated by: David Thorpe
Series: Matthew Bartholomew, Book 16
Length: 14 hrs and 35 mins
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When a wealthy benefactor is found dead in Michaelhouse, Brother Michael and Matthew Bartholomew must find the culprit before the college is accused of foul play. At the same time, Cambridge is plagued by a mystery thief who is targeting rich pilgrims. Moreover, pranksters are at large in the university, staging a series of practical jokes that are growing increasingly dangerous and that are dividing scholars into bitterly opposed factions. Bartholomew and Michael soon learn that their various mysteries are connected, and it becomes a race against time to catch the killer-thief before the university explodes into a violent conflict that could destroy it forever.

©2010 Susanna Gregory (P)2017 Little Brown Book Group

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  • fran
  • 09-14-18

Good read

Enjoyable as usual. Already put the next book on my wishlist. Thoroughly readable, good to take on holiday.

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  • Spiky Potplant
  • 01-28-18

Too convoluted

Maybe this book is better read than listened too? I've listened to it twice and I still don't really understand what was going on. Too many plot twists and turns. It's an enjoyable romp with Matthew and Michael doing what they always do but the ending left me scratching my head.