Wheel of Fate - Kate Sedley Reviews
Description:ISBN 0727868705 / Hardcover: 256 pages / Publisher: Severn House / Published: 22 Jan 2010
Newest Review: ... lower classes and their struggles. That said I do think Kate Sedley writes an amazing story, how she brings the 15 century ... more
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by - written on 27/01/13 (Very useful, 90 readings)
==Synopsis of the book:== The year is 1483 and in England there is concern as the King Edward IV has just died, leaving his twelve year old son Edward to take the thrown. This worries Roger the Chapman as he knows a child is open to influence from interested parties some of who may have their own agendas. However what concerns him more when he returns to his Bristol home, is his wife and Children are not there are clearly they have not been for some time. He has been away helping the Duke of Gloucester and he quickly discovers that his wife has fled to London when an old acquaintance of Roger's turns up at their door claiming she had his baby last ... Read the complete review
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