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The Swan-Daughter: The Daughters of Hastings Trilogy [9781786157300]

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It is 1075 and life is changing for Gunnhild, daughter of the defeated King Harold. Educated in Wilton Abbey, the death of Dowager Queen Edith leaves her facing consecration as a bride of Christ - something she knows she was never meant for.

So when Count Alan of Richmond offers Gunnhild his hand, she seizes the opportunity to have the life she always knew she should. But marriage is forever, and Count Alan's love for her might not be as pure as she first hoped.


AUTHOR: Based in England, Carol McGrath writes Historical Fiction and Non-Fiction. She studied History at Queens University Belfast, has an MA in Creative Writing from the Seamus Heaney Centre, Queens University Belfast and an English MPhil from Royal Holloway, University of London. The Handfasted Wife, first in a trilogy about the royal women of 1066 was shortlisted for the RoNAS in 2014. The Swan-Daughter and The Betrothed Sister complete this highly acclaimed trilogy. Mistress Cromwell, a best-selling historical novel about Elizabeth Cromwell, wife of Henry VIII's statesman, Thomas Cromwell, is republished by Headline. The Silken Rose, first in the She-Wolves Trilogy, featuring Ailenor of Provence, was published in July 2020 as a paperback by Headline Accent. Tudor Sex & Sexuality will be published in 2022. Carol speaks at events and conferences. She was the co-ordinator of the Historical Novels' Society Conference, Oxford in September 2016 and is an avid reader and reviewer, in particular, for the Historical Novel Society. She is a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association and Historical Writers Association. Carol lives in Oxfordshire with her husband. Her website is: www.carolcmcgrath.co.uk.
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Accent Press Ltd
Publication:
04-Jul-2019
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Paperback
Pages:
416
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800 Grams
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