The Marigold Chain

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The Marigold Chain is a richly-woven tapestry of treachery, danger and love set in Restoration England during the year expected to be Doomsday.
In January 1666, Charles 11's Court is in exile from plague-stricken London; by the spring, England is at war with the Dutch; and in September, London is devastated by the Great Fire. Amidst all the turmoil, two people find love. More

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Published: Sep. 05, 2012
Words: 105,730
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781301986545
About Stella Riley

Stella Riley trained as a teacher in London and now lives in Sandwich in Kent, England. She enjoys amateur dramatics and belly-dancing.
After a break in her writing career, she is now committed to publishing her back-catalogue as e-books.
The Marigold Chain, The Parfit Knight and The Mesalliance, A Splendid Defiance and The Black Madonna and Garland of Straw are currently available through Smashwords. The next book in the Roundheads & Cavalier series, The King's Falcon, will become available in 2014.

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Review by: Bellcanto on Oct. 03, 2012 : star star star star star
At last Stella Riley is back through the wonders of e-publishing.
I first discovered this author when I read 'A Splendid Defiance' in 1985 and immediately fell in love with Justin Ambrose. Then I found 'The Marigold Chain'; and again her magic worked - but this time I discovered Alex. Wow! Now, with the release of this re-worked edition you can see a slightly different style and, with changed scenes, it's like having another book in your collection. Wonderful.
The chase through the streets of London was really exciting and well-researched. However, one of the most touching moments was following Danny's death and the embrace on the Falcon Stairs. I did shed a tear at that point.
I love it. I can only hope she does the same with 'A Splendid Defiance' so I can once again fall for Justin.
Welcome back Stella Riley!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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