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Simmons , Paperback, New Edition. Be the first to write a review About this product. Picking up the chaos from where The Lion's Den left off, Unholy Alliance unleashes a whole new threat to everyone's existence. It's the calm before the storm and once the storm hits, you'll have to pray and hope you survive.
New alliances will be formed that will reshape the world with the blood of the innocent. There will be nowhere to hide, there will be no sanctuary.
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Additional Product Features Copyright Date. Show More Show Less. Gregory also writes with others under the joint pseudonym The Medieval Murderers and with her husband under the joint pseudonym Simon Beaufort. Gregory wrote her first "Matthew Bartholomew" mystery under the name Gregory while her husband was in Canada on an archaeological dig. The book is set in fourteenth-century Cambridge, a dark time when England and Europe are still trying to recover from the decimation of the Black Plague of Bartholomew, who has learned medicine from an Arabic man while he was in the Holy Land , has returned to teach at Michaelhouse College, Cambridge.
Here he tries to teach a new generation of superstitious students modern scientific concepts. Meanwhile, the author portrays how university life was very different from today, with fierce rivalries between colleges sometimes spurring murderous jealousies. Because of his medical knowledge, Bartholomew is called upon whenever a corpse turns up, whether the person died of the plague or at the hands of a killer.
Thus, he becomes coroner and amateur sleuth, teaming up with Brother Michael, a Benedictine monk who is also the university's provost. The "Matthew Bartholomew" books have been noted for their complex plotting, interesting historical setting, and strong characterization.
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Kingston Pierce asserted in a January Magazine review that while A Plague on Both Your Houses makes for "challenging reading," the author "is expert at creating rich, realistic characters" and she "is equally adroit at capturing the atmosphere of England's bubonic plague era. The series is "far more restrained, with far fewer things to cause mirth, a darker tone and a fair bit of real history" compared to the "Bartholomew" books, according to a MyShelf contributor who reviewed A Conspiracy of Violence. Calling the work "probably Gregory's most thrilling book to date," the critic observed that the author still includes her usual "colourful characters" and complex plotting.
The hero of the series is Thomas Chaloner. He was a spy for Cromwell and now finds himself unemployed. His former superior and fellow spy, John Thurloe , helps Chaloner find work with the Earl of Clarendon. Although a Publishers Weekly reviewer considered the first installment of the series "overly complicated" with a "less than satisfying" conclusion, other critics still found much to enjoy in the series.
Luke Croll, writing about Blood on the Strand in Books 'n' Bytes, complimented the author's characterizations, dialogue, and use of witty humor, adding: "Susanna Gregory gives a master class in period writing.