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Traitors Codex Crispin Guest Medieval Noir #12

An ancient and mysterious book leads Crispin Guest into a deadly maze in this latest medieval noir mystery Crispin Guest Tracker of London is enjoying his ale in the Boar's Tusk tavern until a stranger leaves a mysterious wrapped bundle on his table telling him You'll know what to do Inside is an a. Of rogues and relicsGod s blood A most favorite medieval oath in Crispin Guest novels And oh my goodness a sharp comment on this Crispin novel with surprises around every corner I don t want to give anything away but the encounters dogging Crispin s progress are almost a catalogue of The Tracker s life until nowMiraculous reallySo Crispin is having a drink at his favorite watering hole the Boar s Tusk tavern when some unknown fellow leaves a parcel for him with the words You ll know what to do with itThe roughly wrapped bundle is an ancient leather bound book written in an unknown language although our Crspin has some clue However as he goes about trying to have this codex deciphered death dogs those individuals he involves Powerful enemies are abroad This relic shrouded in secrecy is attracting those who would destroy all knowledge of it Crispin fears for the life of Jack Tucker s family now his family Crispin and Jack have added impetuous for solving the mystery Added to this there seems to be a person abroad presenting himself to Londoners as The Tracker This cannot be allowed to continue Crispin s tracker reputation is all he has left and he guards it jealouslyThinking back to the younger Crispin and contrasting him to the older thoughtful even wiser person he now is rounds out the Crispin we all know and love even when we are cross with himIn many ways this story apart from the mysteries involved is a catalogue that points towards the emotional healing of Crispin This mature Crispin is a soothing balmI m hoping for resolution in this area in future worksA Severn House ARC via NetGalley

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Ncient leather bound book written in an unrecognizable language Accompanied by his apprentice Jack Tucker Crispin takes the unknown codex to a hidden rabbi where they make a shocking discovery it is the Gospel of Judas from the Holy Land and its contents challenge the very doctrine of Christianity. What a enjoyable character this Crispin Guest This was the first book I read in this series but I had no trouble at all to get to know Crispin and his extended family Sometimes it is hard for a modern human being to realize how utterly important written texts were in a time when only a very small part of the population could read and write Did Judas really write the book Crispin so unexpectedly receives What are the conseuences Crispin has to use all his wits to try and take the right decisionsA nice read with entertaining characters and good atmospheric detailsThanks to NetGally for this digital copy Kidnapped of Christianity. What a enjoyable character this Crispin Guest This was the first book I read in this series but I had no trouble at all to get to know Crispin and his extended family Sometimes it is hard for a modern human being to realize how utterly important written texts were in a time when Undeniably Fated only a very small part The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series of the population could read and write Did Judas really write the book Crispin so unexpectedly receives What are the conseuences Crispin has to use all his wits to try and take the right decisionsA nice read with entertaining characters and good atmospheric detailsThanks to NetGally for this digital copy

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ItselfCrispin is soon drawn into a deadly maze involving murder living saints and lethal henchmen Why was he given the blasphemous book and what should he do with it A series of horrific events confirm his fears that there are powerful men who want it and who will stop at nothing to see it destroye. This book has received a Discovering Diamonds ReviewHelen Hollickfounder DDRevsThroughout this novel themes of loyalty oaths taken and re evaluating what we thought we knew take the lead Crispin and Jack both are forced to closely analyze the things they had always taken for well gospel truth


10 thoughts on “Traitors Codex Crispin Guest Medieval Noir #12

  1. says:

    Traitor's Codex Crispin Guest Medieval Noir #12 by Jeri WestersonThis was my first Crispin Guest book although it is not the first i

  2. says:

    First Sentence Crispin Guest eyed the room Rather than being hired to find a missing person or item as he usual

  3. says:

    Of rogues and relicsGod's blood A most favorite medieval oath in Crispin Guest novels And oh my goodness a sharp comment on this Crispin novel with surprises around every corner I don't want to give anything away but the encounters

  4. says:

    What a enjoyable character this Crispin Guest This was the first book I read in this series but I had no trouble at all to get to know Crispin and his extended 'family' Sometimes it is hard for a modern human being to realize how utterly important written texts were in a time when only a very small part of the population could read and write Did Judas really write the book Crispin so unexpectedly receives? What are the conseuenc

  5. says:

    4 starsInto Crispin Guest's hands falls a very old book recently re covered but the pages are written on papyrus It is the Gospel of Judas Iscariot It challenges and contradicts in some ways the current understanding of Christianity Crispin suspects that he should destroy the book but it does not belong to him – and h

  6. says:

    Doppelgängers? In Jeri Westerson’s Traitor’s Codex Crispin Guest#12 the protagonist Crispin Guest comes upon Crispin Guest while walking 1394 London with his apprentice Jack Tucker Earlier Crispin had been enjoying an ale in his favorite tavern The Boar’s Tusk when a covered ‘bundle’ is placed on his table while he hears “You’ll know what to do” Being a curious person Crispin unwraps the ‘bundle’ and

  7. says:

    This is another solid book in the Crispin Guest series I have been a fan of these from the beginning and really enjoy the author's writing style Crispin is a disgraced knight in medieval London earning a living as a tracker who solves crimes along with Jack Tucker Jeri has written dynamic characters with Crispin and Jack and I have watched

  8. says:

    This book has received a Discovering Diamonds ReviewHelen Hollickfounder #DDRevsThroughout this novel themes of loyalty oaths taken and re evaluating what we thought we knew take the lead Crispin and Jack both are forced to closely analyze the things they had always taken for well gospel truth

  9. says:

    Wow Is that not the most intriguing blurb ever? That and the very gorgeous cover drew me in And it didn't even matter that this was the twelfth book in a series which just proves the uality of the writingThe story takes place for the most part in late 14th century London Crispin Guest a former knight is now livin

  10. says:

    Jeri has the best character development of any author ever Never static always growing unexpected maturing that so resembles real life The characters make you feel good about yourself and others in your life as you see life reflected in the

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