Tapestry [Bolinda]

by Fiona McIntosh

On Sale: 22/07/2019

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About the Book

The key to her future is trapped in the past ... A fabulous standalone historical fiction of love, war and betrayal from the bestselling Fiona McIntosh. Tapestry takes us on a gripping journey from the 1970s into the England and Scotland of 1715.

the key to her future is trapped in the past ...
In 1715, the Earl of Nithsdale is sentence to be beheaded for his part in the doomed Jacobite rebellion for Scottish independence.
In 1978, Jane Maxwell is plagued with doubts about her engagement. When tragedy leaves her fiance Will near death, Jane's guilt makes her determined to save him ... somehow.
On a desperate and dangerous quest to find some answers, Jane finds herself trapped in the past. Convinced that saving Nithsdale will also save Will, Jane embarks on a daring plot to rescue the Earl from the tower of London.
In the tradition of Diana Gabaldon, past and present become entwined in a gripping race against time, and both will be changed by one woman's determination.

'tapestry draws readers into its intriguing take on the true story of the Earl of Nithsdale's romantic escape from the tower of London in 1715 ... An absorbing read laced with plenty of action and historical romance' Adelaide Advertiser

Product Details

  • ISBN: 9781460780428
  • ISBN 10: 1460780426
  • Imprint: HarperCollins - AU
  • On Sale: 22/07/2019
  • Pages: 464
  • List Price: 22.99 AUD
  • BISAC1: FICTION / General

Biography

Fiona McIntosh was raised in the U.K. but left London to explore the world and found herself in Australia, where she fell in love with the country and one person in particular. She has since roamed the planet for her work in the travel industry but now writes full-time and continues to draw inspiration from her travels. McIntosh lives with her husband and teenage sons, splitting her time between city life in South Australia and the wilderness of Tasmania.


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