Set in the north-east of Scotland during Mary, Queen of Scots, visit in 1562, The Queen's Grace charts the adventures of Patrick Grodon of Balruary - a young highland laird who arrives at the Queen's Court only to be caught up in the web of deceit and treachery that surrounds the Queen, as two of the most powerful men in the land, the Earl of Huntley and Mary's scheming half-brother, Lord James Stewart, struggle to win control of the kindgom. Abridged by Andrew Dallmeyer, The Queen's Grace, is a gripping story of deadly rivalry and bloodly conflict, evoking all the intrigue and drama that characterised the life and violent times of Scotland's most celebrated monarch.More
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