Tapestry

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Author
Fiona McIntosh
Publisher
HarperCollins
Genre
Historical Fiction
Released
01 May, 2014
ISBN
9780732295851

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Synopsis

Tapestry takes us on a gripping journey from the 1970s into the England and Scotland of 1715 ...The key to her future is trapped in the past. In 1978, Jane Maxwell is celebrating her engagement to Will, a handsome American geophysicist, but though she should be deliriously happy, she is plagued by doubts. When tragedy leaves Will hanging between life and death, Jane's guilt makes her determined to save him ... somehow.In 1715, the Earl of Nithsdale joins the doomed Jacobite rebellion for Scottish independence. But the cause is lost and the Earl is sentenced to be beheaded. On a desperate and dangerous quest to find some answers, Jane finds herself swept away and trapped in the past. Convinced that saving Nithsdale will also save Will, Jane embarks on a daring and audacious plot to rescue the Earl from the Tower of London.Past and present become entwined in a gripping race against time - and both will be changed by one woman's determination ...Bestselling author Fiona McIntosh brings her inimitable storytelling skills to this thrilling time-slip adventure packed with action, romance and one of history's most daring escapes. ‘Tapestry draws readers into its intriguing take on the true story of the Earl of Nithsdale's romantic escape from the Tower of London in 1715 ... An absorbing read laced with plenty of action and historical romance.'  Adelaide Advertiser
Fiona McIntosh
About the author

Fiona McIntosh

Fiona McIntosh is an internationally bestselling author of novels for adults and children. She co-founded an award-winning travel magazine with her husband, which they ran for fifteen years while raising their twin sons before she became a full-time author. Fiona roams the world researching and drawing inspiration for her novels, and runs a series of highly respected fiction masterclasses. She calls South Australia home.

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