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by Fidelis Morgan
Author: Fidelis Morgan
Publisher: Collins Crime; First Edition edition (2001)
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The Rival Queens: A Novel. has been added to your Cart. If you're in the mood for a wildly entertaining historical mystery novel, Fidelis Morgan's latest Countess Ashby de la Zouche/Alpiew adventure should more than satisfy.
The Rival Queens: A Novel. The book possesses a really interesting and engrossing storyline, colourful characters, and is written with a great deal of wit, elegance, and humour.
Fidelis Morgan (born 8 August 1952) is an English actress and writer. She has acted with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, in repertory in various British cities and in the West End transfer of Noël Coward's The Vortex
Fidelis Morgan (born 8 August 1952) is an English actress and writer. She has acted with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, in repertory in various British cities and in the West End transfer of Noël Coward's The Vortex. She has written stage plays based on the novels Pamela and Hangover Square.
The second book in the Countess Ashby de la Zouche mysteries. Nominated for the FUNNIEST BOOK OF THE YEAR Lefty Award at Left Coast Crime 2003. Those intrepid and impecunious heroines the Countess Ashby de la Zouche and her maidservant Alpiew are once more scavenging for scandal to entertain the readers of that scurrilous rag, the London Trumpet. With the bailiffs as ever in hot pursuit, the Countess and Alpiew are reduced to seeking refuge in a philosophical lecture at the York Buildings concert hall.
The Rival Queens book. The intrepid and impecunious heroines Countess Ashby. She has published many influential non-fiction works, mainly about the sevent Actor, writer, director and historian, Fidelis Morgan is the author of a series of mystery novels featuring the Countess Ashby dela Zouche and a cast of outrageous characters. The books have been described as ‘A 17th century Armistead Maupin’, ‘Flashman for Girls’ ‘A bawdy PG Wodehouse’ and ‘Cagney and Lacey in Corsets.
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This book is the second Countess de la Zouche novel - the first being Unnatural Fire. Set in 1699 it tells of how the eccentric Countess and her maid become entangled in a brutal murder
This book is the second Countess de la Zouche novel - the first being Unnatural Fire. Set in 1699 it tells of how the eccentric Countess and her maid become entangled in a brutal murder. The author cleverly blends a wide variety of characters, including a salty sea dog and an ageing Samuel Pepys to create a cracking good read full of surprises. Find similar books Profile. There were more chunks of make-up in her cleavage and sprinkled around the floor than there could possibly be on her face. Unnatural Fire by Fidelis Morgan. Three Hands in a Fountain by Lindsay Davis.
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The Rival Queens is a tale of actresses, syphilis, juvenile delinquency . Fidelis Morgan writes just the sort of story I love, full of sensuous details that make history come alive. Books related to The Rival Queens.
The Rival Queens is a tale of actresses, syphilis, juvenile delinquency, artifice, hot drinks and murde. ot to mention The Passions and the doings of Samuel Pepys. Restoration comedy and action, artifice, gunpowder and Samuel Pepys a perfect historical menu of crime and mystery, with the bonus of laughs aplenty. I can't wait to read her next on. Tess Gerritsen.