Ebook or KINDLE ( The Poison Bed: 'Gone Girl meets The Miniaturist' (191 POCHE) (English and French Edition)) ✓ Par E C Fremantle
Almost unknown for me A great disappointment Elizabeth Fremantle hasn t bothered to
inform herself in the least about Jacobean court manners or habits To whit herself in the least about Jacobean court manners or habits To whit the first 25 pages of The Poison Bed the author has King James I in his apartments with Richard Carr courtier and apparent boy toy preparing him for a tuck in During their exchange the royal sueeze prepares lights and smokes a pipe. R husband Robert Kept apart Frances can only tell her side of the story How did she come to be here Can she somehow prove her innocence And what lengths will she go
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In between isses with his ing Had she made the most cursory Wiki search Fremantle would have discovered A Counterblaste to Tobacco one of the most vituperative attacks against smoking ever made and written 10 years earlier than the period when our tale begins By whom you ask Why
"king james i "James I monarch who is getting smok I seldom put down a book but sadly I could not get into this story. Hor of The Essex Serpent 'The Miniaturist meets Gone Girl Gripping and full of surprises' BBC
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RICH AND FASCINATING BOOK ' GUARDIANand fascinating book ' Guardian detailed dark clever and compulsive' Daily Mail.
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From the write up I thought I would thoroughly enjoy this book but I couldnthe write up I thought I would thoroughly enjoy this book but I couldn have been wrong I found that characters were one dimensional and that there was a lack of depth in descriptions The language grated with me and the use of terms like the Essex crowd made it sound like TOWIE than well researched historical fiction I gave up on it after only 20% which is. 'A gripping psychological thriller Readers will be awake deep into
The Night Trying Tonight trying to the truth' The Times 'Books of
The Year' Autumn 1615Year' Autumn 1615 Carr is imprisoned in a cold lightless room She is accused of murder In a cell nearby is her co accused he. .