The Queen's Sword by David Glenn
(The de Subermore Mystery Series)

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“The de Subermore Mystery Series is a must for any devotee of the Elizabethan Era.”

December 1599. A grimy, plague-ridden London is beginning its painful emergence into a great city; but there is treachery afoot as yet another plot is developing to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I.

Young, impetuous Michael de Subermore, is summoned to Whitehall palace, ordered to infiltrate the suspected conspirators, and uncover their plans. Amid plots, counter-plots, bouts of amnesia, duels, and back-alley murders, Michael survives by using his sword to defend the Queen, his honour, and the life of the woman he loves.

Historical people and events are beautifully interwoven into a hard-to-put-down, fast-paced, gripping story.
 

About David Glenn

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David Glenn, a yachtsman and journalist, covers the global super yacht scene for Yachting World. In addition to reporting on the growing classic race circuit in the Mediterranean and the world's boat shows, he races regularly aboard the newly restored J-Class racing yacht Velsheda. Glenn, who lives in Dorset, England, sails with his young family aboard his twenty-foot gaff sloop out of Poole.
 
Published August 12, 2010 by Fireship Press. 272 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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