Ms. Duran's books rarely go on sale. This one, like almost everything she writes, is so good.
Do we all know by now what to expect from Ms. Duran? Or do I need to go on and on about pacing, dialogue, descriptives, etc and the excellence thereof? All that's great, and the story flows. The historical accuracy also seemed to be spot on. The Hanover/Stuart conflict was explained without devolving into a dry treatise, and seeing both sides of the issue in one novel made the concerns of the day seem alive and relevant. Also of interest were scenes of day-to-day life around the manor.Buy it at A/iB/BN/K