Eleanor of Provence, bright, beautiful, intelligent–married as a young girl to the much older Henry III, King of England.
A marriage surprisingly happy, with the king pouring wealth upon his young wife’s relatives…incurring the wrath of the Barons.
Eleanor, devoted mother, who fought the will of the monks to stay in a monastery and nurse her sick son, the future Edward I.
Eleanor, caught in court intrigue, with the powerful, disturbing Baron, Simon de Montfort, looming at every turn–friend or foe? Or what else?
Eleanor, attacked while on a barge passing under London Bridge, as the kingdom seems to slip away from her and Henry.
Eleanor in victory, de Montfort slain at Evesham by her son’s mighty forces. But there is a price to pay.
Targeted Age Group: adult
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J.P. Reedman was born in Canada but lives in the UK. She writes historical fiction and historical fantasy, with a few excursions into Gothic or dystopian. Interests include archaeology, anthropology, mythology and travel. Nothing pleases more than being able to visit an old castle, church or stone circle and soak up the atmosphere
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