The Hermit of Eyton Forest

The Hermit of Eyton Forest In The Autumn Of , A Holy Man Living As A Hermit Is Found Dead His Murder Coincides With The Arrival At The Abbey Of Shrewsbury Of The New Lord Of Eaton Brother Cadfael Suspects A Connection, But The New Lord Is Only Ten Years Old Who Can Have Been Acting In His Interests

Edith Pargeter.Edith Mary Pargeter, OBE, BEM was a prolific author of works in many categories, especially history and historical fiction, and was also honoured for her translations of Czech classics she is probably best known for her murder mysteries, both historical and modern Born in the village of Horsehay Shropshire, England , she had Welsh ancestry, and many of her short stories and books both fictional and non fictional were set in Wales and its borderlands.During World War II, she worked in an administrative role in the Women s Royal Naval Service, and received the British Empire Medal BEM.Pargeter wrote under a number of pseudonyms it was under the name Ellis Peters that she wrote the highly popular series of Brother Cadfael medieval mysteries, many of which were made into films for television.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • The Hermit of Eyton Forest
  • Ellis Peters
  • English
  • 23 October 2018
  • 9780751511147

10 thoughts on “The Hermit of Eyton Forest

  1. says:

    It appears I did my reading of this series featuring Benedictine Brother Cadfael back in 2015, but I have always known I would enjoy re reading any of the books if given the opportunity Since bought Goodreadsit would seem they have algorithm catching missed books a reader would likely purchase They sent me email that this one is currently 1.20 for Kindle version Yes, algorithm, I wouldn t turn that down since this book had eluded me previously.Edith Pargeter remains one of my favorite authors She created a group of characters within a volatile time period where peace and devotion ruled, but where Cadfael and his Sheriff friend were essential for resolving murder mysteries.This book features a young boy whose grandmother plots to control now that his father has died, but this boy lives at the abbey and is being schooled there under the protection of Abbot Radulfus There will be murders and chases and plots, but there will also be observant brothers and quiet times of reflection with traditional battles against evil intentions.I always enjoy my visits to Medieval England Conflict between King Stephen and Empress Maud continues.

  2. says:

    If the previous book in this series The Rose Rent was one of the quietest, this is one of the most hectic A veritable dance, with partners changing often and the musician a bit tipsy but not a comedy by any means There are deaths, murders, political maneuverings and foul betrayal before a peaceful conclusion is reached.It is October, 1142 Shrewsbury and the Abbey are enjoying a mild autumn The action of the civil war between King Stephan and Empress Maud is centered far away around the town of Oxford News of the not unexpected death of a local lord, Richard Ludel of Eaton is brought to the Abbey His young son, also named Richard, is a pupil in the Abbey s school and the legal ward of Abbot Randulfus And our dance begins Young Richard s formidable grandmother, Dame Dionisia, wants Richard returned to her loving care Young Richard knows her plans and wants no part of them The battle of wits between the Abbot and Dame Dionisia is one of the bright spots the story.Dame Dionisia has recently become a benefactor to a hermit, one Cuthred by name, who now occupies the small cell and chapel in Eyton Forest Cuthred has with him a personable young man, Hyacinth, who acts as his messenger and errand runner, as Cuthred cannot leave the grounds of his small hermitage Now entering the dance is Drogo Bosiet, an arrogant lord from Northamptonshire, in search of a valuable runaway villein Drogo is a nasty piece of work who is soon found murdered in the forest.As the sheriff, Hugh Beringar, and his men start their manhunt for the killer it comes to light that young Richard has vanished from the Abbey.More plot twists ensue before young Richard is seen again, bellowing at the top of his lungs a secret involving one of our dancers And what a secret I was exhausted keeping track of everyone and happy to reach the peace and serenity of the ending, with Cadfael and Hugh discussing what all had gone before and leaving the rest to God, who, as Cadfael said, can read both the lines and between the lines, and in the end, in matters of passion as in matter of justice, will have the last word

  3. says:

    Ista meta, isto odstojanje simpati ni sporedni likovi, lepo ura ena istorijska zale ina, te ina krimi problema 4 10, brat Kadfael povremeno radi u ba ti i tr kara naokolo re avaju i slu ajeve ubistava.

  4. says:

    A man does what he must do Ottobre 1142, Abbazia benedettina di Shrewsbury Cadfael ap Meilyr ap Dafydd, gallese di Trefriw, stato in giovent amante, soldato, marinaio Oggi il monaco erborista dell abbazia Fratello Cadfael si trover coinvolto nella contesa per l eredit delle terre di Eaton Aiuter nelle indagini l amico Hugh Beringar, sceriffo dello Shropshire.Nel frattempo, mentre ad Oxford l Imperatrice Maud resiste ancora all assedio delle forze di re Stefano, nella foresta di Eyton, arriva Cuthred, un eremita, accompagnato dal suo servitore Hyacinth Io sono andato contro la mia natura , si confid Cadfael Lo so Ho intrapreso la vita monastica, ma adesso non sono tanto sicuro che riuscirei a sopportarla senza di voi, senza queste escursioni rubate fuori delle mura Perch , alla resa dei conti, questo sono Vero, si tratta quasi sempre di evasioni legittime, per incarichi particolari, ma io ne approfitto, mi prendo pi del dovuto E quel che peggio, Hugh, non me ne pento affatto Pensate che entro i limiti della grazia vi sia spazio per un uomo che, dopo essersi assunto il compito di arare, abbandona ogni suo compito per tornare tra pecore e agnelli Io penso che le pecore e gli agnelli direbbero senz altro di s , rispose lo sceriffo, serio e sorridente a un tempo. questo suo passato, l aver conosciuto sia la guerra che l a, che rende la figura di Fratello Cadfael cos speciale, cos intrigante.

  5. says:

    This is one of the stronger Brother Cadfael books, I think, which is why it s four stars instead of three I m not going to sum up the basic plot, but will say that I do enjoy this historical mystery series Ellis Peters writing stays strong so far I see no petering out of good ideas or character development I am reading this series very slowly, and am enjoying it that way, but I can see that there may be others who would want to read them all one after another.

  6. says:

    Really well done While there s a lot of back and forth through the Forest, it s not as annoying as in The Virgin in the Ice , since there is purpose to the repeated trips, rather than because two young people are flailing about thoughtlessly and causing themselves and others to be in jeopardy.

  7. says:

    This series is so comforting to me Given my current level of rage over the forced birthers passing laws to turn women into breeding machines, hanging out with Brother Cadfael in 11th Century Wales is basically a great choice.Brother Cadfael respected women It s really sad when I have to turn to a fictitious 11th century monk for comfort.

  8. says:

    The Hermit of Eyton Forest is the 14th of Ellis Peters Brother Cadfael mysteries The Cadfael mysteries are set in England in the 11th century, during the civil war between Empress Maud and King Stephen Because Cadfael had lived a very secular life as a soldier and does not take sides between the empress and king because he is Welsh, but living in an English monastery because he recognizes that the religious can err and the secular be godly, he is both respected and often betwixt and between.These characteristics make Brother Cadfael an especially good protagonist for this series he is in but not of this world His view of right and wrong does not necessarily hew to the conventional I have transgressed against my vocation, said Cadfael, at once solaced and saddened by the season and the hour I know it I undertook the monastic life, but now I am not sure I could support it without you, without these stolen excursions outside the walls For so they are True, I am often sent upon legitimate labours here without, but also I steal, I take than is my due by right Worse, Hugh, I do not repent me Do you suppose there is room within the bounds of grace for one who has set his hand to the plough, and every little while abandons his furrow to turn back among the sheep and lambs The Hermit has four crimes at its core At least one of these is barely discussed, while one of the minor of these is the central story with connections to each of the others Peters does not always privilege murder in her books.Some of my favorite mysteries lay out a different view of justice and fairness, not a perspective set out and circumscribed only by the law McCall s No 1 Ladies Detective Agency and the Hillermans Leaphorn and Chee books, being two such They help me recognize that there are other and arguably better ways of resolving crimes In The Hermit, one of the murderers confessed his crime, and Cadfael responded by admitting that Time has been when I would have done as you have done Books like The Hermit are thoughtful and satisfying mysteries, but also rewarding for me because they can be read on several levels historical fiction, mystery, study of ethics in real life.And, I can also remember Derek Jacobi, who played Brother Cadfael in the BBC series.

  9. says:

    More suspense than mystery as Cadfael follows the tangled threads of a villein pursued by a ruthless lord, a young boy newly orphaned and his acquisitive grandmother, a mysterious hermit and some equally mysterious abbey visitors.This is quite a variation from Peters usual plots, although we still have young lovers and military men and those occasional vivid scenes that could be drawn from stained glass Here I wondered if she drew some of the story from real twelfth century records, fleshing out relationships from data points, or just made up these believeable people entirely.

  10. says:

    This 14th tale in a series of 20 according to Wikipedia certainly has whetted my appetite for others in the series There s a wonderful relationship between the sleuthing Brother Cadfael and Sheriff Hugh Beringar, the official investigator of crime in Cadfael s neck of the woods Theirs is not a Holmes Watson sort of relationship so much as it is a partnership of equals, an alliance of church and state forged in order to bring justice to the corner of 12th Century England that they call home In this particular tale, the plot is believable, the characters engaging and the denouement quite satisfying If Peters somehow makes appealing the idea of living in civil war torn England one thousand year ago, I can forgive her that That Bougereau sanitized 19th Century rural France takes nothing away from his beautiful paintings, and in these tales at least a little bit of ugliness necessarily intrudes Well, than a little bit if you believe as Cadfael does that murder is a big deal.

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