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The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2) chapter 1 The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2) , meaning The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2) , genre The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2) , book cover The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2) , flies The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2) , The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2) d98faf311dfea Their Lives Are Ones Of Quiet Contemplation And Brutal Murder.Christmas Eve, 1176 Brother Maurice, Monk Of Fair Abbey, Awaits The Night Prayer Bell But There Is Only Silence Cursing His Fellow Brother Cuthbert S Idleness, He Seeks Him Out And In The Darkness, Finds Him Brutally Murdered.Summoned From London To The Isolated Monastery On The Yorkshire Moors, Aelred Barling, Clerk To The King S Justices, And His Messenger Hugo Stanton, Set About Investigating The Horrific Crime They Quickly Discover That This Is Far From A Quiet Monastic House Instead, It Seethes With Bitter Feuds, Rivalries And Resentments But No Sooner Do They Arrive Than The Killer Strikes Again And Again.When Barling Discovers A Pattern To These Atrocities, It Becomes Apparent That The Murderer S Rampage Is Far From Over With Everyone, Including The Investigators, Now Fearing For Their Lives, Can Barling And Stanton Unmask The Culprit Before Blood Is Spilled


10 thoughts on “The Monastery Murders (Stanton & Barling, #2)

  1. says:

    I would like to thank EM Powell, the Publisher and Netgally for allowing me to read this novel in exchange for an honest review The Stanton and Barling Mystery Book 2 reads really well The King s man and his assistant are asked to investigate a most mordid crime committed in a remote monastery in Yorkshire The intrigue is intetesting and the characters are wel...


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    Exigency The Monastery Murders is the second masterful book in the Barling and Stanton series, from E.M Powell It is a novel full of rich characters, a scintillating murderous plot and a backdrop truly immersed in medieval, 12th century England Fair Abbey is a monastery of the Cistercian Order located in a secluded area in the remote Yorkshire countryside Abbot Philip of Fair, through King Henry s ...


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    Riveting Fascinating medieval murder mystery featuring Aelred Barling and Hugo Stanton It s 1177, Barling, a senior clerk of King Henry s court and his assistant Stanton will find themselves trekking through the wilds of North Yorkshire to a puritanical Cistercian community at Fair Abbey, rather than spending the new year ensconced in the celebrations of London much to Hugo s dismay A White Monk has been found foully murdered The community has no idea of how such a thing could happen Ba Riveting Fascinating medieval murder mystery featuring Aelred Barling and Hugo Stanton It s 1177, Barling, a senior clerk of King Henry s court and his assistant Stanton will find themselves trekking through the wilds of North Yorkshire to a puritanical Cistercian community at Fair Abbey, rather than spending the new year ensconced in the celebrations of London much to Hugo s dismay A White Monk has been found foully murdered The community has no idea of how such a thing could happen Barling, as the King s m...


  4. says:

    I was born and schooled in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania There were two societal levels there, when i attended college the kids with rich parents, and the kids with poor parents I was the latter But, i friended a guy from the former category His parents bought him gold ingots for his birthdays He spoke holding his teeth together, which gave him an intelligent voice I could do noth...


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    It s no secret that two of my favourite genres are crime and history Put the two together and you have much, if not most, of what I like to read Add in to that an authentic sense of place and clear indications of historical accuracy, and for me that s a winning combination The Monastery Murders, the latest novel by E.M Powell, does not disappoint As indicated in the title, this is a Stanton and Barling Mystery, the second to be exact It seems to be a cannon of this genre that crime solvers It s no secret that two...


  6. says:

    For those that follow my reviews, this is not the typical G or PG rated book I generally gravitate towards Historical fiction is my favorite, throw in the Medieval era, and an incredible mystery and I am hooked The story is very fast moving partly due to great writing and short chapters This murder mystery has a high death head count and each of the deaths is particularly grizzly Not for the weak of stomach here The author is particularly clever in her plotting of the story as there were For those that follow my reviews, this is not the typical G or PG rated book I generally gravitate towards Historical fiction is my favorite, throw in the Medieval era, and an incredible mystery and I am hooked The story is very fast moving partly due to great writing and short chapters This murder mystery ha...


  7. says:

    A very enjoyable historical mystery, fast paced and well written.I liked the cast of characters, the plot was sound and entertaining.I look forward to reading the next instalment in this series.Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC


  8. says:

    I d been waiting for The Monastery Murders to be published ever since I finished reading The King s Justice, my choice from May 2018 s Kindle First Reads list Fortunately it popped up on my Kindle Unlimited list at a time when I had finished reading a series of contemporary thrillers and was in the mood for something historicalAs in the previous book the story opened with a public setting in this case a bear baiting event on New Year s Day, 1177 in London in which the relationship betwee I d been waiting for The Monastery Murders to be published ever since I finished reading The King s Justice, my choice from May 2018 s Kindle First Reads list Fortunately it popped up on my Kindle Unlimited list at a time when I had finished reading a series of contemporary thrillers and was in the mood for something historicalAs in the previous book the story opened with a public setting in this case a bear baiting event on New Year s Day, 1177 in London in which the relationship between the younger Stanton and the older, stuffier Barling was explored Some months on from their previous outing the relationship seems a lotsolid although there are still signs that Stanton s behaviour causes issues with his mentor Yet, ...


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    Stanton and Barling are only recently returned from their last investigation when they are handed a new crime to solve It seems that there has been a murder at a secluded, the abbot of which is an old acquaintance of Barling s Upon arriving at the monastery, they are greeted with a gruesome scene the partially incinerated body of a monk Barling and Stanton immediately get to work, soon realizing that all is not well among the brothers The new abbot, Philip, is very young and is disliked by Stanton and Barling are only recently returned from their last investigation when they are handed a new crime to solve It seems that there has been a murder at a secluded, the abbot of which is an old acquaintance of Barling s Upon arriving at the mona...


  10. says:

    I LOVED IT.I liked the first one well enough, but had some fairly big problems with it With this one I not only loved it, but felt that it did a good job at fixing all the problems developing to the point where they were no longer problems of the first one The characterisation remained great, with the two central characters gettingdevelopment and the newly introduced characters all being fairly distinct The mystery was really compelling, and kept me on tenterhooks throughout The sett I LOVED IT.I liked the first one well enough, but had some fairly big problems with it With this one I not only loved it, but felt that it did a good job at fixing all the problems developing to the point where they were no longer problems of the first one The characterisation remained great, with the two central characters gettingdevelopment and the newly introduced characters all being fairly distinct The mystery was really compelling, and kept me on tenterhooks throughout The setting was farclearly defined in this one, the sense of isolation and threat just bleeding off the page.Probably my favourite bit, though, was the treatment of Barling s character view spoiler I had my theories about him in the first book, and the second book confirmed those theories in the best possible way I enjoyed the whole boo...


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