Wednesday, 15 June 2016 03:13

Advance review of The King's Shadow

The fanatical republican, Major-General John Lambert (above), fiercely opposed the restoration of Charles II in 1660. No one wanted to fight him, not even the powerful General Monck—but the King’s Shadow took him on!

Many thanks to the reviewers who are reading advance copies of The King’s Shadow. If other readers would like a free pdf to review, contact me here. The first advance review is in from Mandy, who says in part: ‘The King’s Shadow is the perfect ending to the trilogy … It is another excellent portrayal of 17th-century life, and the uncertainty of General Monck's intentions on his march to London is vividly portrayed.’ 

Check out Mandy’s full review when The King’s Shadow appears on Amazon. I’ll give you the date as soon as I know it. I should make it clear that I don't know Mandy and I don't even know what country she lives in. She is one of those amazing people who reads advance copies of novels and comments frankly and dispassionately on sites like Goodreads and Amazon. If you're one of them, feel free to message me from my contact page.

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