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Monday, November 22, 2010

Mailbox Monday #55

Mailbox Monday was created by Marcia at The Printed Page but is currently on tour. For the month of November it will be hosted by Julie at Knitting and Sundries. Mailbox Monday has lead to my overwhelming pile of books at home to read and those that I wish to get my hands on.

Another rather quiet week, but I received a really great book.

I received a beautiful hardcover copy of Queen Hereafter by Susan Fraser King from Crown Publishers for the TLC Book Tour in December.

Here is the blurb:

"Margaret, a young Saxon princess, is shipwrecked with her family on the coast of Scotland and forced to accept sanctuary from the recently widowed warrior-king Malcolm Canmore of Scotland. Malcolm sees a political prize in Margaret, and promises to help her brother, the outlawed rebel Edgar of England, in return for his sister’s hand in marriage.

When Malcolm brings a female bard, Eva, to court as a hostage to ensure good behavior of her kinswoman, his conniving enemy Lady Macbeth, Margaret, and Eva expect to resent one another. Instead, they discover an unlikely bond as outcasts of a sort–Eva a wild Celtic spirit captive among her enemies, Margaret suppressing her passions as she endures increasing pressure as a queen and a mother of princes.

Torn between loyalties, Eva must betray the king and the new queen in order to honor her devotion to the former queen. Thrown into Malcolm’s dungeon, charged with witchcraft and treason, Eva soon learns that Queen Margaret–counseled by the furious king and his powerful priests–will decide the fate of the young bard and her mentor, the troublesome Lady Macbeth." (
from author's website)

I'm excited because this includes Lady Macbeth again, which I was previously unaware of. Here previous novel Lady Macbeth I have yet to read, but it sits on my bookshelf calling my name all the time.

Did you get any awesome books this week?




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1 comment:

  1. I think this would be an intriguing read. Lady Macbeth is intriguing anyway...

    I have done a Mailbox Monday and would appreciate if you could come visit.

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