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Series: Broeder Cadfaël

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The Fifth Cadfael Omnibus by Ellis PetersOmnibus; 13,14,15,
A Morbid Taste for Bones by Ellis Peters1
A Rare Benedictine by Ellis Petersgeschiedenis
One Corpse Too Many by Ellis Peters2
The First Cadfael Omnibus by Ellis PetersOmnibus; 1,2,3
Monk's Hood by Ellis Peters3
Saint Peter's Fair by Ellis Peters4
The Leper of Saint Giles by Ellis Peters5
The Second Cadfael Omnibus by Ellis PetersOmnibus; 4,5,6
The Virgin in the Ice by Ellis Peters6
The Sanctuary Sparrow by Ellis Peters7
The Devil's Novice by Ellis Peters8
Dead Man's Ransom by Ellis Peters9
The Third Cadfael Omnibus by Ellis PetersOmnibus; 7,8,9
The Pilgrim of Hate by Ellis Peters10
An Excellent Mystery by Ellis Peters11
The Fourth Cadfael Omnibus by Ellis PetersOmnibus; 10,11,12
The Raven in the Foregate by Ellis Peters12
The Rose Rent by Ellis Peters13
The Hermit of Eyton Forest by Ellis Peters14
The Confession of Brother Haluin by Ellis Peters15
The Heretic's Apprentice by Ellis Peters16
The Potter's Field by Ellis Peters17
The Sixth Cadfael Omnibus by Ellis PetersOmnibus; 16,17,18
The Summer of the Danes by Ellis Peters18
The Holy Thief by Ellis Peters19
Brother Cadfael's Penance by Ellis Peters20
The Seventh Cadfael Omnibus by Ellis PetersOmnibus; 19,20

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  1. The Cadfael Companion: the World of Brother Cadfael by Robin Whiteman (1991)
  2. The Knocker on Death's Door by Ellis Peters (1970)
  3. The Apothecary Rose by Candace Robb (1993)
  4. The Novice's Tale by Margaret Frazer (1992)
  5. Venus in Copper by Lindsey Davis (1991)
  6. Absolution by Murder by Peter Tremayne (1995)
  7. The Brothers of Gwynedd Quartet by Edith Pargeter (1989)
  8. The Five Red Herrings by Dorothy L. Sayers (1931)
  9. Brother Cadfael's Herb Garden: An Illustrated Companion to Medieval Plants and Their Uses by Robin Whiteman (1996)
  10. The Deeds of the Disturber by Elizabeth Peters (1988)
  11. A Bloody Field by Shrewsbury by Edith Pargeter (1972)
  12. Cordially Yours, Brother Cadfael by Anne K. Kaler (1998)
  13. The Crediton Killings by Michael Jecks (1997)
  14. The Unquiet Bones by Mel Starr (2008)
  15. The Heaven Tree Trilogy Omnibus: The Heaven Tree, the Green Branch, the Scarlet Seed by Edith Pargeter (1993)

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