The Daughters of Hastings Trilogy
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'A wise and lyrical evocation of the lives of women in the aftermath of the Norman Conquest... A captivating read' SARAH BOWER
The second instalment in Carol McGrath's captivating The Daughters of Hastings trilogy!
'Although this is the second in a trilogy it stands well in its own right... you'll want to read the others in the series, they are so well-written and researched' 5* Reader review
'Once again brilliant exciting riveting colourful history in an informative way mixed with factual areas' 5* Reader review
'It is a very well-spun story, written in a style which made the book hard to put down' 5* Reader review
'What a great read!' 5* Reader review
'Thoroughly enjoyable and keeps you interested' 5* Reader review
A marriage made in Heaven,or Hell?
1075 and Dowager Queen Edith has died. Her niece Gunnhild longs to leave Wilton Abbey but is her suitor Breton knight Count Alain of Richmond interested in her inheritance as the daughter of King Harold and Edith Swan-Neck, or does he love her for herself?
Is her own love for Count Alain an enduring love or has she made a terrible mistake? The Swan Daughter is woven around a true 11th century tale of elopement, love and courage.
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- Published: Sep 16 2021
- Pages: 352
- 196 x 128mm
- ISBN: 9781472283894
Sarah Bower, author of The Needle in the Blood and The Book of Love
'A wise and lyrical evocation of the lives of women in the aftermath of the Norman Conquest, and high romance in the true sense of the word. A captivating read.
Sarah Bower, author of The Needle in the Blood
A wise and lyrical evocation of the lives of women in the aftermath of the Norman Conquest, and high romance in the true sense of the word. A captivating read
- Historical Novel Society
McGrath brings the 11th century alive