The Law of Angels is the third book I've read in this medieval mystery series, and Cassandra Clark has created another vivid view of the events of 1385. Tying together the strands of her story with the historical events, Clark manages to involve the reader in the life of Sister Hildegaard as she attempts to protect two young charges from the danger that threatens them , and at the same time, give insight into the political issues of the time.
Historical novels always intrigue me because I love reading about what might have happened to individuals in the midst of another historical era. Cassandra Clark's Sister Hildegaard series provides interesting mysteries and characters that continue to develop as they face the difficulties of the 14th century--the personal (even if fictitious) touch. Some elements that interested me concerned the Miracle or Mystery Plays of the time, Wycliff's Bible, the papal schism, and of course, there are still the after-effects of Wat Tyler's murder and the John of Gaunt/ Richard II political turmoil.
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Fiction. Historical Mystery. 2011. 368 pages.