The Beaulieu Vanishing The Beaulieu Vanishing is a new standalone mystery featuring th century investigator Francis Cranley first introduced in The Woodville Connection May Two years after his victory at the Battl

  • Title: The Beaulieu Vanishing
  • Author: K.E. Martin KathyMartin
  • ISBN: 9781781484654
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Beaulieu Vanishing is a new standalone mystery featuring 15th century investigator Francis Cranley, first introduced in The Woodville Connection, May, 1473 Two years after his victory at the Battle of Barnet, Edward IV s enemies are stepping up their attempts to bring about his downfall Into this uneasy climate the King s loyal brother, Richard of Gloucester, despatcThe Beaulieu Vanishing is a new standalone mystery featuring 15th century investigator Francis Cranley, first introduced in The Woodville Connection, May, 1473 Two years after his victory at the Battle of Barnet, Edward IV s enemies are stepping up their attempts to bring about his downfall Into this uneasy climate the King s loyal brother, Richard of Gloucester, despatches Francis Cranley and Sir James Tyrell to Beaulieu Abbey where his mother in law, the Countess of Warwick, has been in sanctuary since her husband s death at Barnet Tasked with bringing the Countess home to Middleham Castle, they encounter difficulties when the Countess s young attendant disappears As he sets out to find her, Cranley uncovers subterfuge, murder and a conspiracy with the potential to unleash mayhem across the land.

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    1. Reviewed for the Historical Novel Association Indie ReviewsI was drawn to this book initially because of the location – I used to live near Southampton, so the key New Forest and Solent settings are very familiar. Today I live a short distance from Barnet, where a decisive battle was fought just before the story opens. There were differences back in the 15th century, of course. Southampton had a castle (sold to property speculators in 1618), and Beaulieu Abbey managed large tracts of land in H [...]

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