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Published by Minotaur Books in New York .
Written in English


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In the midst of a long, bleak winter in the year 1383, a brave and brilliant nun embarks on a quest for a precious relic. She will need remarkable skills to survive because there are many who want her mission to fail--and one, above all, who plans a deadly revenge.

Edition Notes

StatementCassandra Clark
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR6103.L3724 R43 2009
The Physical Object
Pagination272 p. :
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24574010M
ISBN 100312537360
ISBN 109780312537364
LC Control Number2009028474
OCLC/WorldCa317928744

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Get this from a library! The red velvet turnshoe. [Cassandra Clark] -- Black February rain started to fall before Martinmas. It brought floods, famine and finally death. Into this watery world, against the backdrop of plague and war, the nun, Hildegard, is sent. “The Red Velvet Turnshoe” is set in , in Black February. Rain has been falling in Tuscany, Flanders, and France, and has been relenting for the most part of the year. The floods have resulted in famine which have in turn caused disease. Sister Hildegard has a more dangerous time in The Red Velvet Turnshoe than she did in the first book, Hangman Blind. Given travelling conditions in , it's no wonder Hildegard is not thrilled to be ordered to journey to Florence, Italy. At least she gets to miss the Black Death that was in Italy earlier that year.4/5(1). The Red Velvet Turnshoe Cassandra Clark Minotaur Hardcover pages November Clark has found a niche for her 14th-century nun. Hildegard, the widow of a warrior, has dedicated her life to the service of God, her dream to establish a small abbey and attend to the needs of the poor. Originally published on Curled Up With A Good Book at.