The King's Bed

The King's Bed New ä Margaret Campbell Barnes
  • The King's Bed
  • Paperback
  • 251
  • Margaret Campbell Barnes
  • 22 July 2018
  • 0441445187

About the Author: Margaret Campbell Barnes

The King's Bed New ä Margaret Campbell Barnes Margaret Campbell Wood was born on 17 February 1891 in Rotherfield, Sussex, England, UK She was the youngest of ten children, who lied a happy childhood in the Sussex country side She was eventually educated at small private schools in Paris and London.She married Peter Barnes in 1917, a furniture salesman, and the couple had two sons, Michael and John Michael, a Royal Armoured Corps Lieutenant, was killed during WW II She died on 1 April 1962 in Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.Her books are historical novels, called Shadows of the Crown, that follow the history of the English Crown The majority of her books were written between the 1940 s and 1950 s Her last and posthumous novel Lady on the Coin was finished by the novelist Hebe ElsnaOver two million copies of Margaret s historical novels have been sold worldwide.Her historical fiction has recently seen a renewed interest and her excellent writing and research outshines the majority of the historical books on the market today.


ä F51F648098 É î Margaret Campbell Barnes New î The King's Bed 0A1179FDD9 This is the story of an inn keeper s daughter and the natu is the story of an inn keeper s daughter and the natural son of a king Because her family had served King Richard, and because the king spoke kindly to her when he stopped at her family s inn on the way to Bosworth Field, Tansy was devoted to the Yorkist cause After the army left, another visitor arrived a young man of no apparent importance, wo called himself Dickon Dickon s face showed his relationship with the King, and after Richard had been killed and the Yorkist î Margaret Campbell Barnes New î The King's Bed army defeated, Tansy risked her good name to shelter him from Henry Tudor s victorious army
Margaret Campbell Barnes recounts the story of Richard Dickon Broome, an illegitimate son of Richard III Dickon was raised not knowing his parentage, but is summoned to Bosworth and acknowledged by his father on the eve of the battle The King had spent a night previously in Leicester at the White Boar Inn and planning on returning left behind the King s bed a portable one that traveled with him Tansy Marsh, the daughter of the Boar s proprietor saves young Dickon s life as he flees Boswor Margaret Campbell Barnes recounts the story of Richard Dickon Broome, an illegitimate son of Richard III Dickon was raised not knowing his parentage, but is summoned to Bosworth and acknowledged by his father on the eve of the battle The King had spent a night previously in Leicester at the White Boar Inn and planning on returning left behind the King s bed a portable
A sweet little story A sweet little story marred by very poor editing and grammar.
I was unaware that plasters for cuts were in common use in Tudor times So a few inconsistencies.
Story good, but where are the proofreadersStoryline was very interesting and moves quickly If not for innumerable spelling and grammatical errors the rating w o higher PROOFREAD

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