The Soldier, the Gaoler, The Spy, and her Lover Paperback
The Seventeenth century - a fascinating period of English history - vividly brought to life
by Simon Parke;
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Written with a great deal of historical research and details to paint a vivid world, this breaths fresh breath into English History.
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The Soldier, the Gaoler, The Spy, and her Lover
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January 30th 1649. England is not a country that wishes to execute its divinely-appointed king. Yet Charles 1 finds himself shivering on a scaffold in Whitehall, with the axe man by his side...
In this brilliantly atmospheric novel, Simon Parke explores one of the most gripping tales in English history by weaving together four coinciding stories, those of Charles, including his extraordinary year-long imprisonment on the Isle of Wight ...Robert Hammond, the poor man who found himself the king's gaoler ...Charles' remarkable mistress (written out of the records) the super-spy Jane Whorwood ...and of course, the brilliant and depressed Oliver Cromwell working through his own demons of religion, politics, love and death.
The Soldier, the Gaoler, The Spy, and her Lover by Simon Parke was published by Marylebone House in February 2017 and is our 23475th best seller. The ISBN for The Soldier, the Gaoler, The Spy, and her Lover is 9781910674468.
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Details for The Soldier, the Gaoler, The Spy, and her Lover
|Author / Artist||Simon Parke|
|Publisher||Marylebone House (February 2017)|
|Number of Pages||304|
|Page last updated||26th January 2017|