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Court of Shadows ePUB ó Court of  MOBI :á She didn t intend to defy the conventions of Elizabethan England But willful, impulsive, and strikingly beautiful gentlewoman Kat Langdon disguises herself as a boy, masters the sword and entangles herself in a treacherous web of intrigue with Queen Elizabeth s spiesColorfully written, and rich in details of period costume, speech, food, customs, and , this novel sweeps across Elizabethan England in a series of breathtaking adventures that takes the heroine from the action and spectacle of the Catholic Huguenot Civil Wars to the horror of the Spanish Inquisition

10 thoughts on “Court of Shadows

  1. Linda Johnson Linda Johnson says:

    I enjoy historical novels this one included travel to France and Spain A lot of characters to remember, pleasant pastime during home isolation.

  2. Debi Robertson Debi Robertson says:

    Interesting history, not a particularly good story Just my thinking.

  3. Slmcmahon Slmcmahon says:

    a bodice ripper with class.

  4. Kani Kani says:

    Another novel about Elizabethan England This time the author tells her story of the place and time from the point of view of a brother and sister of gentle birth who get involved as spies for her majesty It gets better as it goes along, gettingandinvolved in circumstances difficult to get out of and emotions they barely understand The author uses language of the time

  5. Traci Traci says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Follows a brother and sister, Nick and Katherine Langdon through Queen Elizabeth s court in the year 1570 They both spy for the queen, and get caught by the person they are spying on Katherine is captured, and is taken to France and Spain with the suspected spy for the queen s cousin, Mary,

  6. Kathleen Kathleen says:

    One of the best books I ve read It keeps you reading with constant twists and turn and a lovable heroine who can t seem to stay out of trouble.

  7. Megan Britton Megan Britton says:

    In college I read this every finals week for escapism.

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