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The Scarlet Cloak

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    Jean Plaidy(Author)

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With fanatical Philip II on the Spanish throne and the spectre of his Inquisition hovering over Europe, these are dangerous and bloody times in which to live. As His Most Catholic Majesty turns his eyes towards the heretical English, two brothers from sleepy Andalusia suddenly find themselves caught in a perilous web of intrigue.

In the fight against tyranny, Blasco and Domingo will have to draw upon every ounce of courage and ingenuity they possess just to keep themselves, and the protestant women they love, from danger ...

A vivid novel of Spain, England and France during the tumultuous years of the Inquisition --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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  • PDF | Unknown pages
  • Jean Plaidy(Author)
  • Putnam Pub Group (T) (Sept. 1992)
  • English
  • 8
  • Romance

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  • By Lindymck on 11 January 2011

    this is one of plaidys stand alone books but fits in with the elizabeth 1 books in her tudor series. 2 spanish brothers find themselves involved in the catholic/protestant divide in europe during the 16th century and are asked by the king to go to england to further the catholic cause there. no enough action to keep you hooked but its interesting to see at from a different point of view as the 2 brothers have differing feelings on the situation.

  • By bookworm on 25 March 2013

    A good fast moving story with plenty of lively characters and a load of history. I read Jean Plaidy books when I was younger which I always enjoyed, and I wasn't disappointed with this one.

  • By Kevin Gilling on 2 August 2016

    Perfect, just what i ordered.

  • By spooks36 on 9 October 2009

    another book well worth reading if you like historical fiction of novels based on fact,

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