Civil War Rages In England A Minefield Of Corruption And Conflict Town And Country Are Besieged Through The Complex Interlocking Of The Country S Turmoil With That Of A King, Jane Lane Brings To Life Some Amazing Characters In The Court Of Charles I This Is A Story Of Charles Adored Wife Whose Indiscretions Prove Disastrous, And The Story Of The King S Nephew Rupert, A Rash, Arrogant Soldier Whose Actions Lead To Tragedy And His Uncle S Final Downfall
Jane Lane 1905 1978 was the pen name of Elaine Kidner Dakers, an English historical novelist and biographer distantly related to the Jane Lane who aided Charles II after his defeat at Worcester She is best known for her books about the Stuart period and 18th century Scotland, written from a Catholic and Royalist perspective A State of Mind is unique among her books, being set in a dystopian future.The Tablet described her as one of the few contemporary writers who excel both as novelists and historians.
- 198 pages
- Bridge of Sighs
- Jane Lane
- 22 June 2017 Jane Lane