The Wandering Arm by Sharan Newman
(Catherine Levendeur)

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Heaven has a way of playing with mortals. When the mummified arm of St. Aldhelm is stolen from the Salisbury Cathedral in England, Catherine LeVendeur must find the lost reliquary to save those she loves -- and to do so, she must finally confront and come to terms with her family's Jewish heritage. The first Catherine Le Vendeur mystery to appear in trade paperback, The Wandering Arm is an absorbing, richly authentic adventure.

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About Sharan Newman

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Sharan Newman is a historian, lecturer, and writer who has won many awards, including the Macavity for Best First Mystery, and the Herodotus for Best Historical Mystery.
Published August 11, 2001 by Forge Books. 360 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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The third in Newman's scholarly series finds onetime novice nun Catherine LeVendeur (The Devil's Door, 1994, etc.) in Saint- Denis, in the throes of painful childbirth that ends with a stillborn daughter.

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A pilgrimage in 1142 to Santiago de Compostela propels the fourth in Newman's atmospheric series of medieval mysteries (The Wandering Arm, 1995, etc.) featuring ex-novice Catherine LeVendeur and her Scots nobleman husband Edgar.

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