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1784292982
Book:Rose Nicolson; Andrew Greig:2021 Book Rose Nicolson; Andrew Greig
Rose Nicolson; Andrew Greig
Author: Greig, Andrew
Year: 2021
Language: English
Type: Book
Class Number: HISTORICAL
Category: Fiction
Publisher: riverrun, 2021
Physical or Electronic: Physical
ISBN: 9781784292980
Notes:
Edinburgh, winter of 1574. Queen Mary has fled Scotland, to raise an army from the French. Her son and heir, Jamie, is held under protection in Stirling Castle. John Knox is dead. The people are unmoored and lurching under the uncertain governance of this riven land. It's a deadly time for young student Will Fowler, short of stature, low of birth but mightily ambitious, to make his name. Told by a character whose rise mirrors the conflicts he narrates, 'Rose Nicolson' is a vivid, passionate and unforgettable novel of this most dramatic period of Scotland's history.
Extent: 464 pages, 24 cm, hbk
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