A review by lizdesole
A Morbid Taste for Bones, by Ellis Peters


The setting of a murder mystery amongst medieval monks is promising. However, the book falls into the trap of having the main character be so modern that the the premise falls a little apart for me. I'm intrigued enough to give it at least a second book though. I did appreciate how the author tied in the politics of the day (especially pertaining to the machinations within the catholic church)