The Heaven Tree Trilogy

by Edith Pargeter

Warner | October 20, 1993 | Hardcover

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The Heaven Tree (1960), The Green Branch (1962), & The Scarlet Seed (1963) make up this trilogy about a medieval British family of artisans & their power-hungry benefactors.

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 912 pages, 9.08 × 6.51 × 1.11 in

Published: October 20, 1993

Publisher: Warner

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0446517089

ISBN - 13: 9780446517089

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The Heaven Tree Trilogy

by Edith Pargeter

Format: Hardcover

Dimensions: 912 pages, 9.08 × 6.51 × 1.11 in

Published: October 20, 1993

Publisher: Warner

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0446517089

ISBN - 13: 9780446517089

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The Heaven Tree (1960), The Green Branch (1962), & The Scarlet Seed (1963) make up this trilogy about a medieval British family of artisans & their power-hungry benefactors.

About the Author

Edith Pargeter was born in Horsehay, Shropshire. She was a chemist's assistant from 1933 to 1940 and participated during World War II in the Women's Royal Navy Service. She adopted the pseudonym "Ellis Peters" to clearly mark a division between her mystery stories and her other work. Her brother was Ellis and Petra was a friend from Czechoslovakia, thus the name. She came to writing mysteries, she says, "after half a lifetime of novel-writing." Her detective fiction features well-rounded, knowledgeable characters with whom the reader can empathize. Pargeter started writing seriously for publication while gathering useful information on medicines that she would draw upon later when tackling crime stories. Her first published novel was Hortensius, friend of Nero (1936), a rather dry tale of martyrdom that was not a great success but she persevered and The City Lies Foursquare (1939) was much more warmly received. Her most famous literary creation is the medieval monk Brother Cadfael. Peters received the Mystery Writers of America's Edgar Award in 1963 and the Crime Writers Association's Silver Dagger Award in 1981.
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