From the best-selling author of Root of the Tudor Rose.
A love that leads to treason...
England, 1435. Eleanor Cobham has married into the highest ranks of the aristocracy - she is now the Duchess of Gloucester. She and her husband, the Duke Humphrey, set up a court of their own to rival the royal court in London, surrounding themselves with fascinating and influential people. But Eleanor craves the one thing she lacks: a son and heir, and with him a possible route to the throne of England. Desperate, Eleanor turns to the one person she believes can help her: Margery Jourdemayne, a woman now remembered as the infamous Witch of Eye. Such help comes at a high price....
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- annette apostolakis
A solid storyline with interesting historical touches is marred by the stilted narration and mispronunciation of the reader. Unfortunately I was actually glad when the book finished.
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