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Jamestown Woman

£14.99

Product description

Jamestown Woman is the enthralling sequel to The Mayflower Maid (voted one of the best reads of 2005 on the BBC Radio 4 Open Book Programme) and the second part of Sue Allan's gripping trilogy based in seventeenth century Pilgrim America.

Follow the story to Virginia where, having weathered the perils of the Mayflower's voyage and the early days of the Plymouth colony, Dorothy, nee Bessie, and her husband Thomas are now cast adrift into even more stormy and dangerous waters.

Seventeenth century politics are a violent and deadly business, as they are about to find out in the harsh realities of those dark colonial days.

The giant figures of King James 1, Captain John Smith and Oliver Cromwell cast their shadows over the lives of the Puritans as England is about to be engulfed by the horrors of The Civil War.
Slight signs of wear- bumped edges, resulting in very slight curling of corners of front and back covers. Inside pages are in fine condition.

Item details

Added value:
Book is signed by the author, Sue Allan, and the author's collaborator and researcher, Roger Vorhauer, on title page.
Author(s):
Sue Allan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13.7 x 20.8 cms
Edition:
2006
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1906070016
ISBN-13:
9781906070014
Number of pages:
276
Publisher:
Domtom Publishing Ltd
Title:
Jamestown Woman

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About this item

Jamestown Woman is the enthralling sequel to The Mayflower Maid (voted one of the best reads of 2005 on the BBC Radio 4 Open Book Programme) and the second part of Sue Allan's gripping trilogy based in seventeenth century Pilgrim America.

Follow the story to Virginia where, having weathered the perils of the Mayflower's voyage and the early days of the Plymouth colony, Dorothy, nee Bessie, and her husband Thomas are now cast adrift into even more stormy and dangerous waters.

Seventeenth century politics are a violent and deadly business, as they are about to find out in the harsh realities of those dark colonial days.

The giant figures of King James 1, Captain John Smith and Oliver Cromwell cast their shadows over the lives of the Puritans as England is about to be engulfed by the horrors of The Civil War.
Slight signs of wear- bumped edges, resulting in very slight curling of corners of front and back covers. Inside pages are in fine condition.

Added value:
Book is signed by the author, Sue Allan, and the author's collaborator and researcher, Roger Vorhauer, on title page.
Author(s):
Sue Allan
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
13.7 x 20.8 cms
Edition:
2006
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-10:
1906070016
ISBN-13:
9781906070014
Number of pages:
276
Publisher:
Domtom Publishing Ltd
Title:
Jamestown Woman

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