Threads of Treason

Mary Bale

When two of the nuns creating the Bayeux Tapestry fall from the tower of the Priory of St Thomas the Apostle, Abbess Eleanor and her protégé, Therese, are sent to investigate. This extensively researched novel is sure to appeal to those looking for an evocative tale of adventure and intrigue, made vivid by fascinating period details.
Date Published :
June 2013
Publisher :
Claymore Press
Language:
English
Illustration :
No Illustrations
Format Available    QuantityPrice
Paperback
ISBN : 9781781591000
Pages : 272
Dimensions : 7.75 X 5 inches
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$14.95

Overview
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When two of the nuns creating the Bayeux Tapestry fall from the tower of the Priory of St Thomas the Apostle, Abbess Eleanor and her protégé, Therese, are sent to investigate. As the adventures unfold, the intrigue created between the Norman Princes and Bishops, as well as the tensions between the conquerors and the native Britons, deepen to great and dramatic effect. Mary Bale has captured the spirit and feel of the times, which she evokes in this, her first novel. The sense of intrigue is heightened by the writing style, which is taut, fast-paced, and heavy with a sense of mystery. This extensively researched novel is sure to appeal to those looking for an evocative tale of adventure and intrigue, made vivid by fascinating period details.

About The Author
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Mary Bale was born to RAF parents who took Mary at three months old to California USA. As a toddler she returned to England where she moved about with her parents until settling in Norfolk for many years.It was while visiting Normandy with her husband and two children that she became fascinated by the links between Britain and that area of France. This led to an over-all deep interest in all things eleventh century and the periods of history prior to then which shaped the politics of the time. She undertook courses with the University of East Anglia to further her studies.Mary’s children are now grown and she currently lives in Scotland.

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