This book started out promisingly, with a murder taking place in an interesting setting, a small rural village of medieval England. But the story peters out after a few chapters, when the main character abandons the murder investigation to go chasing after some bandits, at length, in chapter after boring chapter of tracking footprints and musing about how bandits are evil.
Finally, the main character gets back to investigating the original murder, which wraps up very quickly with an unsatisfying solution, and then discovers an extremely predictable dark secret about another character, which I didn't care about anyway because the other character hadn't done much of anything for most of the book.
Overall, while this book had an interesting idea for the setting, the writing was dull and the plot was boring, so this wasn't a very worthwhile read.
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