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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  • Category: Fiction » Romance » Historical
  • Words: 105,480
  • Language: British English
  • ISBN: 9781301986545
About Stella Riley

B.R.A.G. Medallion honoree and Readers' Favorite award-winning author Stella Riley trained as a teacher in London and now lives in Kent. She enjoys theatre, dancing, reading and travel. She is fascinated by the English Civil Wars and has written six books set in that period. She loves the extravagant fashions of the mid-Georgian period, likes men with long hair and her current passion is for Baroque harpsichord music.

The first 5 books of the Rockliffe series (recommended in The Times newspaper!) are also available in audio, narrated by Alex Wyndham. And Rockliffe Book Six - CADENZA - is newly-published.

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Review by: Bellcanto on Oct. 3, 2012 :
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 28 days after purchase)

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