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Also by Fiona Buckley:

A Deadly Betrothal, August 2017
The Heretic's Creed, January 2017
Late Harvest, June 2016
A Perilous Alliance, October 2015
To Ruin a Queen, November 2008
Queen's Ransom:, May 2008
The Doublet Affair, November 2006
Trade Size (reprint)
To Shield the Queen, April 2006

A Deadly Betrothal
Fiona Buckley

An Elizabethan mystery

Ursula Blanchard #15
Severn House Publishers
August 2017
On Sale: August 1, 2017
Featuring: Queen Elizabeth; Ursula Blanchard; George Harrison
218 pages
ISBN: 1780290977
EAN: 9781780290973
Kindle: B073QBL6BM
Hardcover / e-Book
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Mystery Historical | Mystery Woman Sleuth

Queen Elizabeth’s proposed engagement to a Catholic Duke is causing turmoil throughout the kingdom in the gripping new Ursula Blanchard mystery.

July, 1579. Called upon to help a family friend who is horrified at the return of her errant husband after an absence of thirty years, little does Ursula realize that her involvement in the Harrison family’s domestic dramas will lead to a case of cold-blooded murder.

Matters become even more complicated when Ursula is summoned to court to assist in negotiations for Queen Elizabeth’s possible engagement to the Duke of Alençon. The proposed marriage between the queen and a French Catholic twenty years her junior is causing unrest throughout the kingdom. There are many who oppose the match – but would someone kill in order to prevent it?

Tensions increase when a prominent nobleman is accused of murder. Ursula is convinced the man is innocent – but can she prove it?

Ursula Blanchard


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