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READ Á Grisly Grisell, or, The Laidly Lady of Whitburn: A Tale of the Wars of the Roses ↠ A terrible shriek rang through the great Manor house of Amesbury It was preceded by a loud explosion and there was agony as well as terror in the cry Then followed shrieks and screams some of pain some ofConfided to the great Earl Richard and Countess Alice of Salisbury for education and training Boys and girls were alike there some of the latter crying and sobbing others mingling with the lads in the hot dispute as to who did. A simple story told by a childhood friend of Margaret of York that gives a view of the Wars of the Roses from a view other than that of royals Plan to obtain of Charlotte Mary Yonge stories on Kindle

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And recrimination Every one in the house ran together to the spot whence the cries proceeded namely the lower court where the armourer and blacksmith had their workshops There was a group of children the young people who were. It's a short read and I have to admit that it's not on my list of greatest books I've ever read But I have to admit that Charlotte Mary Yonge has grown on me and that when I'm in need of a fun light historical fiction read I enjoy finding one of her books from Project Gutenberg This particular novel even made me want to know about the War of the Roses

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Grisly Grisell or The Laidly Lady of Whitburn A Tale of the Wars of the RosesA terrible shriek rang through the great Manor house of Amesbury It was preceded by a loud explosion and there was agony as well as terror in the cry Then followed shrieks and screams some of pain some of fright others of anger. This is a wonderful story set in the time of the War of the Roses of a young girl named Grisell who through an accident in childhood is taught a great deal about life and becomes a much better person for the hardship Her wounds are so grave that she must go to a convent where the nuns care for her soul as well as her body She becomes a very valiant woman who truly loves Leonard Copeland even in denying her own will in order to make him happy A beautiful book which I enjoyed very much and wholeheartedly recommend