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The Catherine Howard Conspiracy A Timeshift Thriller That Will Have You Completely Gripped Perfect For Fans Of Dan Brown, Philippa Gregory, Kate Mosse And Tom Harper What Secrets Were Covered Up At The Court Of Henry VIII Whitehall Palace, England, When Catherine Howard Arrives At The Court Of King Henry VIII To Be A Maid Of Honour In The Household Of The New Queen, Anne Of Cleves, She Has No Idea Of The Fate That Awaits Her Catching The King S Fancy, She Finds Herself Caught Up In Her Uncle S Ambition To Get A Howard Heir To The Throne Terrified By The Ageing King After The Fate That Befell Her Cousin, Anne Boleyn, Catherine Begins To Fear For Her Life Pembrokeshire, Wales, Dr Perdita Rivers Receives News Of The Death Of Her Estranged Grandmother, Renowned Tudor Historian Mary Fitzroy Mary Inexplicably Cut All Contact With Perdita And Her Twin Sister, Piper, But She Has Left Them Marquess House, Her Vast Estate In Pembrokeshire Perdita Sets Out To Unravel Their Grandmother S Motives For Abandoning Them, And Is Drawn Into The Mystery Of An Ancient Document In The Archives Of Marquess House, A Collection Of Letters And Diaries Claiming The Records Of Catherine Howard S Execution Were Falsified What Truths Are Hiding In Marquess House What Really Happened To Catherine Howard And How Was Perdita S Grandmother Connected To It All THE CATHERINE HOWARD CONSPIRACY Is The First Book In The Marquess House Trilogy, A Dual Timeline Conspiracy Thriller With An Ingenious Twist On A Well Known Period Of Tudor History THE MARQUESS HOUSE TRILOGY SERIES BOOK ONE The Catherine Howard Conspiracy BOOK TWO The Elizabeth Tudor Conspiracy BOOK THREE The Arbella Stuart Conspiracy

10 thoughts on “The Catherine Howard Conspiracy

  1. says:

    Good books don t give up all their secrets at once Stephen KingAnd so it is with The Catherine Howard Conspiracy the author slowly reveals her secrets, leaving the reader breathless with anticipation With dual timelines, the story begins in 1539, at Whitehall palace, under the rule of King Henry VIII Catherine Howard, newly appointed maid of honour to the new queen, Anne of Cleves, makes a somew

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    I am afraid I will be in the minority regarding the praise of this novel The dual timeline chosen for this novel may sound like an intriguing idea, however, I was not intrigued It may be that I do not enjoy thoroughly this type of storytelling Also, I struggled while reading the passages describing King Harry s violence There are several theories regarding the change in Henry s personality in his la

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    First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Alexandra Walsh, and Sapere Books for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.Alexandra Walsh storms onto the scene with this intriguing piece of historical fiction that opens new questions about the Tudors and Catherine Howard While attending a dig, archeologist Dr Perdita Rivers is alerted

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    My thanks to NetGalley and Sapere books for a review copy of this book.The Catherine Howard Conspiracy is the first in a trilogy, the Marquess House trilogy, and is a mystery thriller that unfolds in two parallel timelines After a brief prologue setting out some events in 1542 Pembrokeshire, we come to the present day where historian archaeologist, Dr Perdita Rivers working at an undersea site where a sunke

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    Historical Fiction is not usually a genre that I read, but when I was invited to read this book by the publisher I was intrigued A story that is told from the current day in 2018 as well as jumping back in time to the days of King Henry VIII in 1539 This is a work of fiction but it felt that the author had done her research with this one and it seemed totally believable It is the first book in a trilogy and aft

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    THE BEST SURPRISES ARE THE ONES YOU DON T EXPECT I received an ARC of this book and, I must admit, I was really, really sceptical at the beginning I mean, a conspiracy concerning Catherine Howard, Henry VIII s ill fated 5th wife Sorry, no, I don t see it But, honestly, I didn t take me too long to be swept away and wrapped up in this greatly crafted mystery Blurp When Perdita s estranged grandmother dies, a whole n

  7. says:

    This was a wonderful book to read, it kept my interest all the way through to the end I love this era very much and have a great interest in the wives of Henry the eight Although a lot of it was just a story and not based on truth it was still a wonderful book to read There is another in the series and I shall be reading that in due course.

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    Set in Tudor times and shifting back to the present, this historical novel gives us an insight into the life of Henry VIII and his fifth wife, Catherine Howard However, as Perdita begins to discover, the history that we know and understand about Henry and his wives may not be all that it seems Reading this book really reminded me of a Barbara Erskine novel The time shifts and immense character detail helped to bring both t

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    Violence including sexual violence ModeratePrepare to see the Tudors in a whole new light After a slow start while all the characters are introduced, this book quickly turned into a page turner I m not usually a fan of the back and forth through time type books, but author Alexandra Walsh made it work

  10. says:

    The Catherine Howard Conspiracy is a great read for historical fiction fans I always felt sorry for poor Kitty Howard Being related to Anne Boleyn probably doomed her right from the start So young and naive in a nest of vipirs that she never really had a chance at being queen for very long The story is fascinating and well researched Bits of historical truth mixed with bits of fiction create an engaging story It s so complicated t

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