The Rough Collier

The Rough Collier

[a Gil Cunningham Mystery]

Book - 2008
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Praise for Pat McIntosh:

"McIntosh's characterizations and period details are first rate and bode well for future entries in this series."-- Publishers Weekly

"McIntosh provides an intelligent, authentic, and suspenseful historical whodunit that will please the most demanding of Ellis Peters' fans."-- Booklist

Gil Cunningham, a young notary, has escaped a life in the Church to become the archbishop's questioner, only to be accused of causing a man's death by witchcraft. Gil and his young wife must solve the mystery to save him.

Pat McIntosh was born and brought up in Lanarkshire, Scotland. She worked in Glasgow before settling on Scotland's west coast.
Publisher: New York : Soho Press, 2008.
ISBN: 9781569475072
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY MCI

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Feb 14, 2014

Gil Cunningham and his new wife visit his mother, learn a great deal about early coal mining, and we learn about attitudes toward witchcraft and homosexuality in medieval Scotland. All these themes are woven into an exciting and intricate puzzle in which Gil and Alys solve several murders some recent and some several years old; and participate in the translation of a saint. I enjoy the knowledge of herbal remedies as well. The scots words are fairly easy to pick up from context, but a glossary would be helpful. In the next book in the series, Ms. McIntosh has given us an aid to understanding some of the language in her books, the website http://www.dsl.ac.uk It's a great help.

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