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The House Of Lanyon

When two ambitious families occupy the same patch of English soil, rivalry is sure to take root and flourish.A glimmer of initiative swells into blind desire, and minor hurts, nursed with jealousy, fester into a malignant hatred. When a bitter feud is born, the price for this wild and beautiful piece of ground will take more than three generations to settle. Richard Lanyon answers to no one save the aristocratic Sweetwater family, owners of the land he farms.His bitter resentment is legend within the bounds of their tiny Exmoor community, but as their tenant, Richard must do their bidding. Still, even noblemen don't have the power to contain ruthless ambition, and the Sweetwaters are no exception. Driven to succeed, Richard is prepared to take what is not his, and to forfeit the happiness of his family to claim the entitlements he lusts for.In this epic story Valerie Anand creates a vivid portrait of fifteenth-century English life that resonates with the age-old themes of ambition, power, desire and greed.

Издательство: "HarperCollins"

ISBN: 9781408955673

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Valerie Anand

Valerie Anand (1937- ) is a British author of historical fiction.

Fiction

Under the pen name Fiona Buckley she writes the series of historical mysteries, set in the reign of Elizabeth I of England, featuring "Ursula Blanchard" (whose full name is Ursula Faldene Blanchard de la Roche Stannard). Under her own name she writes historical fiction based on the royalty of England and the "Bridges over Time" series which follows a family from the eleventh century through the nineteenth century.

Ursula Blanchard mysteries

* "To Shield the Queen" (©1997) ISBN 0-671-01531-1
* "The Doublet Affair" (©1998) ISBN 0-671-01532-X
* "Queen's Ransom" (©2000) ISBN 0-671-03293-3
* "To Ruin a Queen" (©2000) ISBN 0-671-03294-1
* "Queen of Ambition" (©2002) ISBN 0-7434-1030-0
* "A Pawn for a Queen" (©2002) ISBN 0-7432-0265-1
* "The Fugitive Queen" (2004) ISBN 0-7434-5748-X
* "The Siren Queen" (2004) ISBN 0-7432-3752-8

Bridges Over Time Series

* "The Proud Villeins" (©1992)ISBN 0-312-08282-7
* "The Ruthless Yeomen" (©1991) ISBN 0-312-08884-1
* "The Women of Ashdon" (©1993) ISBN 0-312-09417-5
* "The Faithful Lovers" (©1993) ISBN 0-312-10979-2
* "The Cherished Wives" (©1996) ISBN 0-312-13943-8
* "The Dowerless Sisters" (©1995) ISBN 0-7472-1267-8

Norman Series

* "Gildenford" (©1977) ISBN 0-684-14896-X
* "The Norman Pretender" (©1982) ISBN 0-684-16099-4
* "The Disputed Crown" (©1982) ISBN 0-684-17629-7

Other Historical novels

* "King of the Wood" (©1984) ISBN 0-312-02939-X
** based on King William Rufus
* "Crown of Roses" (©1989) ISBN 0-312-03315-X
** based on the end of the Wars of the Roses

The Innocence of King Richard III

Valerie Anand is a believer in the innocence of King Richard III in the matter of the Princes in the Tower. She presents this view in "Crown of Roses". See John Alcock (bishop).

External links

* [http://www.copperfieldreview.com/interviews/anand.html Interview with Valerie Anand]

Источник: Valerie Anand

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