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By Ellis Peters
On his deathbed, Brother Haluin confesses to a surprising act in his past--and then recovers. To atone, Haluin determines to take a trip of expiation with Brother Cadfael and embarks on an onerous trip that results in discoveries of deceit, betrayal, revenge . . . and homicide. "Each addition to the sequence is a joy".--USA at the present time.
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