Hugh and Bess

Hugh and Bess

eBook - 2009
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Award-winning author Susan Higginbotham's impeccable research will delight avid historical fiction readers, and her enchanting characters will surely capture every reader's heart. Fans of her first novel, The Traitor's Wife, will be thrilled to find that this story follows the next generation of the Despenser family.
Publisher: Naperville, IL : Sourcebooks Landmark, 2009.
ISBN: 9781402227592
1402227590
9781402227608
1402227604
Branch Call Number: Internet Access
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xv, 287 pages).

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GingerKaren
Apr 03, 2014

Touted as the next Jean Plaidy, this author doesn't even come close! Pedantic, with dumb downed prose, she makes history look like a day in the 21st century. Historical details completely lacking, Susan Higginbotham uses this only create a story based in her imagination, which is absolutely uninspired. Blah doesn't begin to describe the actual storyline, it goes more like this - blah, blah, blah. Using historical figures in a way that is highly unhistorical, I didn't find any pleasure in reading at all.

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d21221
Mar 24, 2011

I like this author, and she makes her characters interesting and human. For those who enjoy historical fiction it captures the time and the place well and is an easy book to get through.

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megaaan00
Jul 17, 2010

One of the best historical novels I have read in a long time. Beautifuly written, and if you enjoy a good romance, pick it up!

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