Darwin, Emma Secret Alchemy

ISBN 13: 9780755330652

Secret Alchemy

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Two murdered princes; a powerful queen betrayed; a nobleman riding towards his certain death...The story of the Princes in the Tower has been one of the most fascinating - and most brutal - murder mysteries in history for more than five hundred years. In a brilliant feat of historical daring, Emma Darwin has recreated the terrible, exhilarating world of the two youngest victims of the War of the Roses: the power struggles and passion that lay behind their birth, the danger into which they fell, the profoundly moving days before their imprisonment, and the ultimate betrayal of their innocence. In A Secret Alchemy, three voices speak: that of Elizabeth Woodville, the beautiful widow of King Edward IV; of her brother Anthony, surrogate father to the doomed Prince Edward and his brother Dickon; and that of present-day historian Una Pryor. Orphaned, and herself brought up in a family where secrets and rivalries threaten her world, Una's experience of tragedy, betrayal and lost love help her unlock the long-buried secrets that led to the princes' deaths. Weaving their stories together, Emma Darwin brilliantly evokes how the violence and glamour of past ages live on within our present.

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Book Description:

Possession meets The Other Boleyn Girl in the heartbreaking story of the Princes of the Tower.

About the Author:

Emma Darwin was born in 1964 and brought up in London, Manhattan and Brussels. Her first novel, The Mathematics of Love, was widely acclaimed; A Secret Alchemy is her second.

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Darwin, Emma
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ISBN 10: 075533065X ISBN 13: 9780755330652
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Descrizione libro Headline. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 075533065X

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