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Traitor

Narrated by: Patience Tomlinson
Series: Mercia Blakewood, Book 3
Length: 14 hrs and 2 mins
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Summary

February 1665. 

With winter passing, Mercia Blakewood is at last headed back to England from America, hoping to leave behind the shadow that death and heartache have cast. She expects a welcome from the King, considering her earlier, mostly successful mission on his behalf, but the reception is not exactly warm. Mercia faces more manipulation and must accept a clandestine and uncomfortable role at the heart of the royal court, posing as a mistress to find a spy and traitor.

©2018 David Hingley (P)2018 Isis Publishing Ltd

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A great trilogy satisfactorily tied up

This series has been a real pleasure. Intelligent historical fiction. Thankfully in the last book the dullest character gets left in America. I’d be interested in more from from the same characters in future.

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Enjoyed all three books

The content of the trilogy was fascinating, well read.
Would recommend to anyone who enjoys historical fiction

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  • 28-01-19

Wonderful trilogy!

Enjoyable romps through 1665 England with Mercia. Narration was great and would enjoy more from this author.