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This book by Kate Charles was quite satisfying, a good example of what I think of as the sub-genre of the Anglican murder . I was especially taken with the way that Kate Charles contrasted her characters' interactions with place.
This book by Kate Charles was quite satisfying, a good example of what I think of as the sub-genre of the Anglican murder mystery. The book focuses on two women: Jacquie and Sophie. Sophie has left her life in London so that her husband can take a job in the cathedral of the small West Country city of Westmead. While her husband flourishes in his new job, Sophie feels increasingly unhappy and alienated. For Sophie, Westmead is a form of purgatory, dominated by the cathedral and its hierarchy, ridden with class snobbery and poisoned by gossip.
Ernst Hermann Joseph Münch, Ernst Münch, Andrew Dickson White. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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English summary: In the period between the Second Council of Lyon (1274) and the end of the 17th century the orthodox churches had to find their way under long stretches of foreign rule and heteronomy, even martyrdom. After the devastating blows of the Fourth Crusade the Byzantian Church never completely recovered but still reached theological and spiritual heydays. Following the conquest of the Byzantian Empire, the fate of large sections of orthodox Christianity was determined by the religious politics of the Ottoman Empire.