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by Lady Grace Cavendish

eBook Conspiracy (Lady Grace Mysteries) download ISBN: 0385901917
Author: Lady Grace Cavendish
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers (February 8, 2005)
Language: English
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Category: Children's Books
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The Lady Grace Mysteries is a detective fiction series about the escapades of Lady Grace Cavendish, a maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth I. The books are written in the style of a diary.

The Lady Grace Mysteries is a detective fiction series about the escapades of Lady Grace Cavendish, a maid of honour to Queen Elizabeth I. Each book sees her trying to solve a mystery of the royal court. The stories are set in 1569 and 1570, and there are twelve books so far; Assassin; Betrayal; Conspiracy; Deception; Exile; Feud; Gold; Haunted, Intrigue, Jinx, Keys, and Loot. The first book, Assassin, was published in 2004.

Thirteen-year-old Lady Grace Cavendish and the rest of the Maids of Honor are on summer progress with Queen .

Thirteen-year-old Lady Grace Cavendish and the rest of the Maids of Honor are on summer progress with Queen Elizabeth I and many other members of her court. While they are staying at the home of the Earl of Leicester, the Queen's old suitor, a series of mysteries accidents happen, all apparently targeting the Queen. This is the third book in the Lady Grace Mysteries series, about Lady Grace Cavendish, a thirteen-year-old Maid of Honour at the court of Queen Elizabeth I. Thirteen-year-old Lady Grace Cavendish and the rest of the Maids of Honor are on summer progress with Queen Elizabeth I and many other members of her court.

Lady Grace Mysteries Series. 13 primary works, 13 total works. Jinx (Lady Grace Mysteries,

Lady Grace Mysteries Series. Lady Grace, youngest Maid to Queen Elizabeth . ore. Jinx (Lady Grace Mysteries, Shelve Jinx (Lady Grace Mysteries,

ASSASSIN BETRAYAL CONSPIRACY To Ben and Teazle-my family VERY SECRETE! Daybooke the third of my lady grace cavendish, MAID of honour to her gracious majesty queen.

ASSASSIN BETRAYAL CONSPIRACY To Ben and Teazle-my family VERY SECRETE! Daybooke the third of my lady grace cavendish, MAID of honour to her gracious majesty queen. To Ben and Teazle-my family. Very secrete! Daybooke the third of. My lady grace cavendish, MAID Of honour to her gracious majesty. Queen elizabeth I of that name.

As Queen Elizabeth's favourite Maid of Honour, and her very own secret investigator, it's up to me, Lady Grace, to solve this mystery. Imprint: Red Fox. Published: 02/08/2007. Dimensions: 198mm x 15mm x 129mm.

Lady Grace Cavendish When Margaret Cavendish, one of Elizabeth I’s Gentlewomen of the . In this mystery novel, Lady Grace goes on progress with Elizabeth I and her retinue.

Lady Grace Cavendish. Random House Children's Books, 4 февр. When Margaret Cavendish, one of Elizabeth I’s Gentlewomen of the Bedchamber, lost her life in a bungled attempt to kill the Queen, her daughter, Lady Grace, became a protégée to the monarch, who takes her under her wing. Now Grace, a spunky girl who romps through the gardens with the laundry maids and court tumblers and rolls her eyes at her fellow ladies, chronicles the court intrigues that swirl around he. Lady Grace is again employed by the Queen to discover.

Lady Grace and her fellow Maids of Honour are travelling with the Queen and the rest of the court on their summer Progress

Lady Grace and her fellow Maids of Honour are travelling with the Queen and the rest of the court on their summer Progress. It should be lots of fun but Grace can't help worrying about a series of accidents that have befallen the Queen. Lady Grace and her fellow Maids of Honour are travelling with the Queen and the rest of the court on their summer Progress. Was it just coincidence that she fell off her horse in the same day that a statue tumbled in the garden and almost hit her?

Grace Cavendish - Lady Grace Cavendish is a fictional detective and the central character in the Lady Grace Mysteries; a series of historical novels for younger readers. Lady Grace is a thirteen year old Maid of Honour to Queen Elizabeth I of England.

Grace Cavendish - Lady Grace Cavendish is a fictional detective and the central character in the Lady Grace Mysteries; a series of historical novels for younger readers.

Usually I hate hunting, because I'm not a very good rider and I always end up on my bum. But today the hunt was very exciting, and a little scary too!

Usually I hate hunting, because I'm not a very good rider and I always end up on my bum. But today the hunt was very exciting, and a little scary too! Because there was almost a terrible accident - and it looks as though someone is trying to hurt the Queen. Could Her Majesty's closest friend, Robert Dudley, really be to blame? As Queen Elizabeth's favourite Maid of Honour, and her very own secret investigator, it's up to me, Lady Grace, to solve this mystery.

When Margaret Cavendish, one of Elizabeth I’s Gentlewomen of the Bedchamber, lost her life in a bungled attempt to kill the Queen, her daughter, Lady Grace, became a protégée to the monarch, who takes her under her wing. Now Grace, a spunky girl who romps through the gardens with the laundry maids and court tumblers and rolls her eyes at her fellow ladies, chronicles the court intrigues that swirl around her. . . .The Royal Court is on its summer travels and Lady Grace is sure something strange is going on. As Queen Elizabeth narrowly escapes a series of mysterious accidents, Grace must investigate just who might be behind the conspiracy. Could it really be one of the Queen’s faithful friends—or even her latest suitor?Delve into the daybooke of Lady Grace, Queen Elizabeth’s favorite Maid of Honor, to discover a deadly dangerous plot.From the Hardcover edition.
Comments: (7)
Wilalmaine
The plot is much better developed than in the first volumes. The author is doing a better job of knowing her YA audience. However, the strength of the other elements of character, pacing, and locale more than carry this delightful book. I'll definitely look forward to the next installment.
Aradwyn
A very good read that kept the reader guessing until the end. A wonderful edition to the Lady Grace Mysteries.
Mr_TrOlOlO
This was one of the best books I have ever read in my entire life. I completely recommend this book and the rest of the series. Thank you for reading my review and enjoy the series!
Arilak
This is the third book in the Lady Grace Mysteries series, about Lady Grace Cavendish, a thirteen-year-old Maid of Honour at the court of Queen Elizabeth I.

Thirteen-year-old Lady Grace Cavendish and the rest of the Maids of Honor are on summer progress with Queen Elizabeth I and many other members of her court. While they are staying at the home of the Earl of Leicester, the Queen's old suitor, a series of mysteries accidents happen, all apparently targeting the Queen. Are they truly accidents -- or is someone trying to damage the Earl's reputation? Could it be the Queen's latest suitor, a Swedish prince, whose chances at winning Elizabeth's hand in marriage would be better if she was to become angry with the Earl, believed by many to be her one true love? Grace, with the help of her friends Ellie the laundry maid and Masou the tumbler, is determined to get to the bottom of this mystery before more damage is done.

Readers who enjoyed the first two mysteries featuring Grace are sure to like this third book in the series. I highly recommend this series to readers who enjoy mysteries set in historical times. The Elizabethan setting is very interesting, and the characters are very likable. I can't wait to read the next book in this series.
Qutalan
This is the third book in the Lady Grace Mysteries series, about Lady Grace Cavendish, a thirteen-year-old Maid of Honour at the court of Queen Elizabeth I.

Thirteen-year-old Lady Grace Cavendish and the rest of the Maids of Honor are on summer progress with Queen Elizabeth I and many other members of her court. While they are staying at the home of the Earl of Leicester, the Queen's old suitor, a series of mysteries accidents happen, all apparently targeting the Queen. Are they truly accidents -- or is someone trying to damage the Earl's reputation? Could it be the Queen's latest suitor, a Swedish prince, whose chances at winning Elizabeth's hand in marriage would be better if she was to become angry with the Earl, believed by many to be her one true love? Grace, with the help of her friends Ellie the laundry maid and Masou the tumbler, is determined to get to the bottom of this mystery before more damage is done.

Readers who enjoyed the first two mysteries featuring Grace are sure to like this third book in the series. I highly recommend this series to readers who enjoy mysteries set in historical times. The Elizabethan setting is very interesting, and the characters are very likable. I can't wait to read the next book in this series.
Umor
For all of you that haven't read the first book in the series, ASSASSIN, I think that you should read that and BETRAYAL first. But, I think that CONSPIRACY is definitely up there with ASSASSIN.

Just to let you know the difficulty of the mystery, I figured it out right away, but it wasn't easy. I just had this feeling that it was that person who was making all of the accidents happen. You just kind of have to put the book down for a minute and think, "Hey. Who can I rule out now?" And if you keep doing that, you'll use the process of elimination to figure out the culprit. Yeah, I know. It sounds really confusing, but it worked for me.

Anyway I would consider CONSPIRACY to be a must read for kids and adults alike. Not only is it a great mystery, but it also has a lot of historical fiction included as well. (Grace is a Maid of Honour for Queen Elizabeth I)
Xanna
I read this book because I really like Historical Fiction, and I was hoping for a different kind of book. Instead of only reading about royalty, I wanted to read about the other people. I thought it was a good book in that way, and the plot wasn't bad, although it was pretty easy to figure out who was behind the accidents. I guess it was designed more for younger kids, like the 9-13 range. It's just that it was pretty obvious plot-wise and aside from that it was just your standard historical fiction book. So, I think the younger set would like it, but teens might want to look elsewhere for a good Historical Fiction book.
A preeteen and tween book. Young teens, even. But A. It was NOT that predictable. Ok, ig you were one of those people who found 'The Westing Game' the most obviopus thing in the world, don't bother. But if you aren't that good of a mystery person, READ!

Summary-

Grace, my BFF almost, LOVES going on tour. Especially to the Earl of Leicaster, Queen Lizzie's love. But when accidents happen-SHE wants to see what the big idea is. And she does.

For people 9 years and up.