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Title:Nethergate
Format Type:Ebook
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Publisher:Fawcett
ISBN:0449230953
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Number of Pages:256
Category:Historical fiction, Romance, Fiction, Historical, Historical romance

Nethergate by Norah Lofts

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  • The Concubine

    This book Home Decor Library - The Concubine - The younger daughter of Tom Boleyn lacked the bounteous charms of most ladies of court The King first noticed her when she was and with imperial greed he smashe...

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  • Anne Boleyn

    This book Home Decor Library - Anne Boleyn - A biography of the woman whose marriage to King Henry VIII of England resulted in an irreversible break between the Church of England and the Papacy the birth o...

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  • The King's Pleasure

    This book Home Decor Library - The King's Pleasure - Katharine of Aragon was a proud Spanish beauty who became Queen of England From the moment of Katharine s betrothal to Arthur Prince of Wales she looked upon he...

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  • Eleanor the Queen

    This book Home Decor Library - Eleanor the Queen - Eleanor is young high spirited supremely intelligent heiress to the vast Duchy of Aquitaine at a time when a woman s value was measured in terms of wealth Her v...

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  • The Town House (House, #1)

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  • The House at Old Vine (House, #2)

    This book Home Decor Library - The House at Old Vine (House, #2) - Beginning in the fifteenth century and concluding at the time of the Restoration this is the second volume in the House trilogy The House at Old Vine is a colou...

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  • The Lost Queen

    This book Home Decor Library - The Lost Queen - A novel based on the life of George III s sister Princess Caroline Matilda whose marriage brought her to the throne and whose secret love brought her to disaste...

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  • The Lute Player

    This book Home Decor Library - The Lute Player - Out of the courts of twelfth century England strode the legendary figure of Richard of England leading his knights onto the Saracen battlefields inspired by a v...

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  • How Far to Bethlehem?

    This book Home Decor Library - How Far to Bethlehem? - Norah Lofts remarkable novel retells the story of the Nativity from the Annunciation to the Birth of Christ and in it she has sought to reveal the motives and e...

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  • The House at Sunset (House, #3)

    This book Home Decor Library - The House at Sunset (House, #3) - Spanning a period from the eighteenth century to the mid s this is the impressive concluding volume in Norah Lofts House trilogy A period in history is brought ...

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How Far to Bethlehem?, Anne Boleyn, The Town House (House, #1), The Lost Queen, The Concubine, Eleanor the Queen, The House at Sunset (House, #3), The Lute Player, The House at Old Vine (House, #2), The King's Pleasure
Eleanor is young high spirited supremely intelligent heiress to the vast Duchy of Aquitaine at a time when a woman s value was measured in terms of wealth Her vivid leadership inspired and dazzled those about her And yet born to rule she was continually repressed and threatened by the men who overshadowed her life This is the story of a brilliant medieval figure of a princess who led her own knights to the Crusades who was bride to two kings and mother of Richard the Lion Heart It is the rich incredible story of Eleanor Of Aquitaine, Beginning in the fifteenth century and concluding at the time of the Restoration this is the second volume in the House trilogy The House at Old Vine is a colourful account of a turbulent period in English history containing religious persecution war rebellion and social change The house in Suffolk is a dramatic link between the six characters who inhabit it during this period and whose heartfelt stories we are told, A novel based on the life of George III s sister Princess Caroline Matilda whose marriage brought her to the throne and whose secret love brought her to disaster This is a story of high romance and tragedy a moving drama of human frailty set against the implacable demands of a royal crown With careful attention to the historical record Norah Lofts has recreated Caroline Matilda s life in a tale that vividly evokes the stark contrasts of th century Denmark the cruelty poverty and oppression of existence under an absolute monarch sinking into madness the royal court with its pomp and pageantry and the hatreds and intrigues that swirled around the young lovely figure who was briefly its queen, A biography of the woman whose marriage to King Henry VIII of England resulted in an irreversible break between the Church of England and the Papacy the birth of the future Queen Elizabeth I and in her own beheading