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The Hooded Hawke

Harper, Karen

ISBN 10: 0312338872 / ISBN 13: 9780312338879
Published by St. Martin's Press, 2007
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Title: The Hooded Hawke

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

Publication Date: 2007

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition:New

Dust Jacket Condition: New

Edition: 1st Edition

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The popular sports and games of the queen's realm, unfortunately, include treachery, treason, and murder.
Elizabeth and her court depart London for a summer progress replete with great manor houses, rural receptions, outdoor repasts, forbidden romance, and games and sport. By royal command, the young Francis Drake joins the entourage. A ship's captain in his pre-glory days, he is desperate for Her Majesty's approval, and she is disconcerted to discover that she desires his admiration as well.
However, someone's idea of games and sport includes shooting crossbows and longbows at the queen and her captain. As bodies and clues pile up, the mystery and dangers deepen like the surrounding forests. Both Drake and the queen have cousins they cannot trust who may want them dead.
Elizabeth struggles to keep up a bold front for the cheering crowds and her watchful courtiers, but what terrifies her most is that her rival, Mary Queen of Scots, does not play by the rules. With Elizabeth's coterie of friends, Elizabeth must fearlessly confront her foes before she loses both her crown and her head.

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Praise for Karen Harper's Elizabeth I Mysteries
"A walk side by side with one of history's most dynamic characters."
- Anne Perry, author of Dark Assassin
"Deftly integrates its appealing historical detail with a neatly turned mystery."
- Kirkus Reviews on The Hooded Hawke
"Harper brings the period vividly to life. . . . One soon is swept up in the rush of events in a turbulent time skillfully described. Recommended for all collections."
- Library Journal on The Fatal Fashione
"Fabulous . . . a thrilling reading experience . . . Fans of the Ursula Blanches series by Fiona Buckley will definitely love this glimpse into a bygone era."
- Midwest Book Review on The Fyre Mirror
"A real treat for those who enjoy historical mysteries."
- Booklist on The Queene's Christmas
"Tudor England's answer to V. I. Warshawski."
- Publishers Weekly on The Thorne Maze
"Harper delivers high drama and deadly intrigue. . . . Elizabethan history has never been this appealing."
- Newsday on The Tidal Poole

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