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

2.0

Too boring for me to follow successfully. Also weirdly sexist. I honestly don’t know what happened in this book. And I never felt that I got to know Brother Cadfael at all, other than the fact that he has apparently slept with women before. It seemed very important to the author that I know this fact, for some reason. Aside from that, I don’t know what made Cadfael special or different from the supporting characters. I’m not even sure he actually solved the mystery in this story.