The Wounds of God by Penelope Wilcock
(The Hawk and the Dove Series)

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14th-century Yorkshire, the time of Chaucer

Has Peregrine been broken?

Injured in an attack by old adversaries, Father Peregrine transforms from a steely, articulate, impressive leader into a humbled, crippled, wise mentor. Relying on the kindness of his fellow monks, the fiercely independent, hawkish abbot begins to regain his feet.
But he faces a fresh challenge. The Augustinian Priory of St. Dunstan lies three days’ ride to the southwest, the domain of Prior William, whose calculating self-interest makes enemies everywhere. When he and Peregrine cross swords over a matter of justice masked as doctrine, will ruthlessness triumph over integrity?
 

About Penelope Wilcock

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PENELOPE WILCOCK is the author of ten books of fiction and poetry. She lives a quiet life on the southeast coast of England with her husband and is the mother of five children.
 
Published February 16, 2015 by Lion Fiction. 193 pages
Genres: History, Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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