Chapman Hall

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Rich, spoiled Andrew is about to find out that he cannot always have everything his way. The same is true for King Charles I, whose autocratic ways and papist leanings have antagonized both aristocrats and commoners. Just as Judith and Richard embark on what promises to be a fairytale life at Chapman Hall, England is moving inexorably toward civil war. Will those who love the old manor house survi More

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About Julie Fontenot Landry

Julie Fontenot Landry is a writer and folklorist. Natives and long-time residents of Louisiana, she and her husband now live in Laguna Woods, CA. In addition to writing and doing historical and genealogical research, Julie enjoys cooking, hiking, traveling, and spending time with family. She is very proud of her Acadian-French, Celtic, and Iberian heritage.


Review by: Leo Burleigh on April 25, 2017 :
It was good enough to warrant a second reading and I enjoyed it more the second time (I often enjoy subsequent readings more.). Her research into and historical knowledge of the English civil war and early US colonial period is obvious in her weaving a very interesting story with the history, social structures, and mores of the time in both England and the colonies. Thanks for a very good read!
(reviewed 21 days after purchase)
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