A Bone of Contention by Susanna Gregory

I enjoyed Susanna Gregory‘s second chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew, A Bone of Contention (New York:  St. Martin’s Press, 1997), more than the first chronicle, An Unholy Alliance, though the second book is as long and complicated as the first.  The second novel provides insight into the “town and gown” conflict in medieval Cambridge.

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