Sepulchre (Languedoc Trilogy, #2)

Sepulchre (Languedoc Trilogy, #2) - Kate Mosse, Donada  Peters I never expected to like Kate Mosse's series of historical-mysteries as much as I do; it's not usually my "thing." I really enjoyed this though, especially the sections devoted to the late 1800's. I know many readers have complained about the ratio of exposition to action, and yes it is a little information-heavy for a work that relies on suspense, but the pace is great for those of us who value the discovery of facts over breathless chases and violent encounters. It falls somewhere between the ponderous academia of The Historian and the heady rush of Dan Brown.

TBC.