September 10

The Fencing Master

Posted by lori . 2 Comments



This is an elegant, intellectual mystery.  Set in 19th-century Madrid, Don Jaime is a fencing master and a man that holds to the old traditions.  Into his life comes a mysterious woman who seeks fencing instruction and who demonstrates amazing talent.  What follows is a satisfying, intriguing mystery.  If you love beautifully written, intellectually challenging, original mysteries, give Arturo Pérez-Reverte a try.

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2 Responses to " The Fencing Master"

  • houndstooth says:

    Oh, you have completely piqued my curiosity on this one! I have to search it out!

    • lori says:

      I’ve read five of his books…The Seville Communion, The Fencing Master, The Flanders Panel, The Club Dumas and The Nautical Chart. Each time I read one I think, “How can anyone be so smart and clever?” I need to pick up another one soon. As you’ve said before, “So many books to read!”

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