The Black Cat - Jenny Maxwell Reviews
Description:ISBN 0751520098 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Jenny Maxwell / Mass Market Paperback / 584 Pages / Book is published 1998-02-05 by Time ... more
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by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 191 readings)
Black Cat is the darkest of the three books in Jenny Maxwell's stunning Blacksmith trilogy. It tells the tale of Glory (Gloriana) who is the sister of Anne the blacksmith. It is not quite right to say it is the second book in the trilogy because the events run concurrent with the first book. They are all 'stand alone' novels but the tales are interwoven with incredible skill. Glory is aptly named because she is stunningly beautiful, dainty and feminine. She is the polar opposite of her sister Anne who lives a semi reclusive life as a blacksmith. Glory is a very talented stage designer and as her career advances she is taken on by the Royal Shakespeare ... Read the complete review
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