My Lady Judge

My Lady Judge

The First Burren Mystery

Book - 2007
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'My Lady Judge', written by Cora Harrison, introduces a new heroine, judge and investigator Mara, Brehon of the Burren, and an enchanting Tudor mystery series.
Publisher: Sutton, Surrey : Severn House, 2007
ISBN: 9781405091909
Branch Call Number: MYS Harr
Characteristics: 311p

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Roundcat
Jul 11, 2012

The mystery was complex enough to be interesting. The setting and characters were a little too idyllic to draw me in.

hermlou Apr 26, 2011

Mara is Brehon of Burren, a position of responsibility. She teaches a group of boys, and one of them is murdered during a village gathering. The plot includes instruction in the law of medieval Ireland and its differences from English law. Warm characters and a good plot make this a better read than Peter Tremayne's Sister Fidelma series.

zed33 Sep 26, 2010

I enjoy this whole series and eagerly await new releases. I had never heard of Brehon law until I read this book. I now view it as a very sensible system of justice and wish the English had taken it a little more seriously and maybe adopted some if its tenets when they decided to run over Ireland.

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JDK5
May 19, 2010

A diverse cast of characters in this historical mystery makes for a very enjoyable read. This is the series debut novel and I look forward to following their exploits in the next installments.

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Daphne57
Jul 21, 2008

Good

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