To Kill or Cure - Susanna Gregory Reviews
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by - written on 11/08/11 (Useful, 9 readings)
I picked this up in the library after reading some of the other Susanna Gregory books and being impressed, but I have to say I didn't really enjoy this book. The protagonist is called Matthew Bartholomew and he is a physician within Cambridge University. The University itself is suffering from financial difficulties and there is rising tension within Cambridge between the townspeople and the members of the University. Then a newcomer arrives who claims to be a better healer than all of the other physicians because he uses a magic feather...amazingly everyone falls for this. Then there are a couple of murders to be solved. Each of the problems are interwoven ... Read the complete review
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