Belle's Song by K. M. Grant
  

Belle's Song

Written by K. M. Grant
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Belle's Song by K. M. Grant

When Belle meets Luke, son of an alchemist and Scribe to the famous poet Chaucer, she is determined to travel with him to Canterbury on a pilgrimage. She hopes for a miracle: that her father will walk again. She also hopes to atone for her own part in his accident. It is a time of unrest across the country and the young King Richard II is just hanging on to his throne. A malign character on the pilgrimage suspects Chaucer of treason and slowly winds Belle into a political intrigue. At the same time, the impulsive Belle is drawn towards both Luke and to Walter, the wealthy son of a Knight. But Walter himself is in love with Luke...As the uprising against the King starts to draw pace and the web of intrigue around Belle and Chaucer tightens, Belle and her friends must risk everything to save their country and themselves...

About the Author

Katie Grant has written several books of historical fiction. She is a columnist on the Scottish Daily Mail; in addition she produces pieces or features for other papers as required, when not deep in a novel. She lives in Glasgow with her husband and three children.

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Book Info

Format

Paperback
272 pages

Author

K. M. Grant
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Author's Website

www.kmgrant.net/blog.html

Publisher

Quercus Children's Books an imprint of Hachette Children's Group
www.quercusbooks.co.uk

Publication date

3rd February 2011

ISBN

9781849164085


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