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Two Medieval Mysteries by Caroline Roe
Two first edition hardcover books with dustjackets. Both books are in VG condition. They were published by Berkley Prime Crime (Consolation in 2004 and Poultice in 2003.) and both are first printings with full number lines. A Poultice for a Healer has a short black remainder line on the bottom edge of the closed page ends; Consolation for an Exile is unmarked. Both books are tightwith sharp corners andbright gold-gilt spine titles. The spine ends are bumped. Neither dustjacket is price-clipped. They are both in VG condition, bright and stiff, with just a little wear. No chips or tears. These are books 7 and 8 in The Chronicles of Isaac of Girona series set in 14th century Spain.
A Poultice for a Healer: Isaac of Girona's daughter postpones her wedding after he's summoned to aid the Bishop during his time of illness. But he must also put his detective skills to use when a stranger arrives at the palace with an urgent message for the Bishop, and dies before he can deliver it.
Consolation for an Exile: After years with his mentor Isaac, Yusuf, a young student, heads home to Grenada, to a reunion with his long-lost family, and to a position at the court of his cousin. But two narrow escapes from danger send him fleeing for his life. Meanwhile, back in Girona, Isaac investigates the mysterious and sudden death of one of his patients.
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