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To Kill or Cure

The Thirteenth Chronicle of Matthew Bartholomew
Narrated by: David Thorpe
Length: 15 hrs and 1 min
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Cambridge University is in dire financial straits: the town's landlords are demanding an extortionate rent rise for the students' hostels, and the plague years have left the colleges with scant resources. Tension between town and gown is at boiling point and soon explodes into violence and death. Into this maelstrom comes a charismatic physician whose healing methods owe more to magic than medicine, but his success threatens Matthew Bartholomew's professional reputation - and his life....

©2017 Susanna Gregory (P)2017 Little Brown Book Group

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  • Anonymous User
  • 28-06-2018

One of the best!!!!

One of the best Matthew Bartholomew books. Gripping story and lots of fun! Had to laugh out loud many times! Brilliant!

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  • B. A. Chapman
  • 14-01-2019

Fascinating and intricate storyline.

Susanna Gregory's books are always extremely well written and this is no exception. The characters in the story are well drawn and Brother Michael, Matthew Batholomew, Cynric, Langella, Brother William and the rest of the Fellows from St Michaels are old friends. Putting the reader/listener into life in the 14th century makes it very real. This series of books always make good listening,[David Thorpe creates each part wonderfully]