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eISBN: 9781681460789

The Betrothed Sister

by Carol McGrath

A beautifully woven tale of an exiled princess’s quest for happiness. Compelling and convincing, the medieval world is brought vividly to life. Charlotte Betts

What happened to the family of King Harold after William the Conqueror won the Battle of Hastings? Carol McGrath has delved into one of history's forgotten footnotes and come up with the astonishing story of Thea, the exiled English princess destined for Russian royalty. An enthralling tale, told with elegance and sympathy. Vanora Bennett

"The Betrothed Sister is like one of its own rich embroideries, cut from the cloth of history and stitched with strange and passionate lives." Emma Darwin

It is September 1068.
Thea, also known as Gytha, the elder daughter of King Harold II, travels with her brothers and grandmother into exile carrying revenge in her heart. She is soon betrothed to a prince of Kiev. Will her betrothal and marriage bring her happiness, as she confronts enemies from inside and outside Russian territories? Will she prove herself the courageous princess she surely is, win her princely husband's respect and establish her independence in a society protective towards its women?

 
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About the author Carol McGrath
 
 

Carol McGrath taught History and English for many years in both the state and private sectors. She left teaching to work on a MA in Creative Writing from Queens University Belfast, then an MPhil in English at Royal Holloway, London, where she developed her expertise on the Middle Ages.   The idea to tell the story about the death of King Harold told from the viewpoint of his common law wife, Edith...


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