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The Tudor Secret The Era Of The Tudors Was One Of Danger, Intrigue, Conspiracy, And, Above All, Spies Summer 1553 Was A Time Of Danger And Deceit Brendan Prescott, An Orphan, Has Been Reared In The Household Of The Powerful Dudley Family Brought To Court, Prescott Finds Himself Sent On An Illicit Mission To The King S Brilliant But Enigmatic Sister, Princess Elizabeth But Brendan Is Soon Compelled To Work As A Double Agent By Elizabeth S Protector, William Cecil, Who Promises In Exchange To Help Him Unravel The Secret Of His Own Mysterious Past A Dark Plot Swirls Around Elizabeth S Quest To Discover The Truth About The Ominous Disappearance Of Her Seriously Ill Brother, King Edward VI With Only A Bold Stable Boy And An Audacious Lady In Waiting At His Side, Brendan Plunges Into A Ruthless Gambit Of Half Truths, Lies, And Murder Filled With The Intrigue And Pageantry Of Tudor England, The Tudor Secret Is The First Book In The Elizabeth I Spymaster Chronicles.

  • Audiobook
  • 8 pages
  • The Tudor Secret
  • C.W. Gortner
  • English
  • 03 September 2017
  • 1441790977

About the Author: C.W. Gortner

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10 thoughts on “The Tudor Secret

  1. says:

    Set in those fractious days both preceding and following the death of Edward VI, C.W Gortner places his fictional squire, Brendan Prescott, into the story A foundling at birth and brought up in the Dudley household, he seeks to unearth the secrets surrounding his birth Tasked with a clandestine errand to Princess Elizabeth by Dudley, the Duke of Northumberland, he simultaneously finds himself escorting Princess Mary, and acting as a spy for Elizabeth s protector, William Cecil, the Master Sec Set in those fractious days both preceding and following the death of Edward VI, C.W Gortner places his fictional squire, Brendan Prescott, into the story A foundling at birth and brought up in the Dudley household, he seeks to unearth the secrets surrounding his birth Tasked with a clandestine errand to Princess Elizabeth by Dudley, the Duke of Northumberland, he simultaneously finds himself escorting Princess Mary, and acting as a spy for Elizabeth s protector, William Cecil, the Master Secretary In the fraught days following Edward s death and Lady Jane Grey s marriage to young Guilford Dudley, Prescott will face the two wome...

  2. says:

    First things first, this is not a mystery For some reason I thought it was, but it s really just Historical Fiction It covers a period of about 3 weeks, and the huge leaps in character growth during that time are quite unbelievable Our main character starts out a naive, bumbling country boy who picks up on court intrigue and gains maturity with startling swiftness, in a matter of days Definitely some suspension of disbelief is needed.However, I found it a quick, light read, especially for a First things first, this is not a mystery For some reason I thought it was, but it s really just Historical Fiction It covers a period of about 3 weeks, and the huge leaps in character growth during that time are quite unbelievable Our main character starts out a naive...

  3. says:

    This is the first Gortner novel I ve read and while I love reading novels set during this period this one hasn t turned out to be a favorite of mine Brendan Prescott, foundling raised along side the powerful Dudley family, comes to court to serve Robert Dudley In his attempt to follow his master s first command he meets Princess Elizabeth Tudor and finds himself captivated, then pulled into the complicated world of politics during the reign of Edward VI I thought the mystery was decent enough This is the first Gortner novel I ve read and while I love reading novels set during this period this one hasn t turned out to be a favorite of mine Brendan Prescott, foundling raised along side the powerful Dudley family, comes to court to serve Robert Dudley In his attempt to follow his master s first command he meets Princess Elizabeth Tudor and finds himself captivated, then pulled into the complicated world of politics during the reign of Edward VI I thought the mystery was decent enough and the period and the history were well done but I had several problems with the story The first being the inconsistency of charact...

  4. says:

    Although I have enjoyed other works by Mr Gortner, I could only read a chapter of The Tudor Secret before I put it down telling my boyfriend, This is much too fake to read Perhaps it is because I have been inof a actual history kick for the past year versus historical fiction or perhaps it is because of the fact that book was readingl...

  5. says:

    FROM THE PUBLISHER A rousing historical adventure set in the Tudor court, during final days of Edward VI s reign a time of danger, deceit, and courage Brendan Prescott, a foundling reared in Dudley household, arrives at court to serve as a squire to the arrogant Lord Robert Dudley Keen and ambitious, Brendan hopes to gain advancement in his new post until Lord Robert dispatches him on an illicit mission to the King s enigmatic sister, the Princess Elizabeth, and Brendan discovers that nothi FROM THE PUBLISHER A rousing historical adventure set in the Tudor court, during final days of Edward VI s reign a time of danger, deceit, and courage Brendan Prescott, a foundling reared in Dudley household, arrives at court to serve as a squire to the arrogant Lord Robert Dudley Keen and ambitious, Brendan hopes to gain advancement in his new post until Lord Robert dispatches him on an illicit mission to the King s enigmatic sister, the Princess Elizabeth, and Brendan discovers that nothing in his world is as it appears A dark plot brews around Elizabeth s quest to unravel the truth about her brother King Edward VI s disappearance Lured into her service as a spy, with only a bold stable boy and audacious lady in waiting at his side, Brendan plunges into a r...

  6. says:

    A young white boy discovers he is special in this ground breaking tale In a stunning turn of events, all the major female players which include Elizabeth I, Mary I, and Frances Brandon of Suffolk are one dimensional cardb...

  7. says:

    Historical fiction readers should thank Mr Gortner for choosing to take us along with his imagination and give us such tales of what might have been It takes a strong knowledge of time, place and history to be able to weave a story that at its core is completely based in fiction but populated by icons Yet that is exactly what Mr Gortner does with this first book in his Elizabeth I Spymaster Chronicles We meet young Brendan Prescott as he is making a journey to London A foundling, Brendan w Historical fiction readers should thank Mr Gortner for choosing to take us along with his imagination and give us such tales of what might have been It takes a strong knowledge of time, place and history to be able to weave a story that at its core is completely based in fiction but populated by icons Yet that is exactly what Mr Gortner does with this first book in his Elizabeth I Spymaster Chron...

  8. says:

    I am a huge fan of C.W Gortner s The Confessions of Catherine de Medici and The Last Queen and so when the opportunity to review The Tudor Secret came my way, I quickly seized it And I was not disappointed As a newborn babe Brendan Prescott was abandoned on the grounds of the powerful Dudley family Taken in and raised at Dudley Castle, Brendan is tormented daily by the Dudley brothers, in particular the handsome, yet arrogant Robert As th...

  9. says:

    I won this in a Goodreads first reads giveaway, which I was very excited about Free books yay They asked for a review, so here it is.What I liked about the book I find the time period absolutely fascinating I thought the author did a great job interweaving fiction with non fiction The Tudors are the ultimate dysfunctional family that you hate to love or love to hate That always makes for great reading I also liked most of the characters, flawed as they were.What I didn t like Wow I rea I won this in a Goodreads first reads giveaway, which I was very excited about Free books yay They asked for a review, so here it is.What I liked about the book I find the time period absolutely fascinating I thought the author did a great job interweaving fiction with non fiction The Tudors are the ultimate dysfunctional family that you hate to love or love to hate That always makes for great reading I also liked most of the characters, flawed as they were.What I didn t like Wow I really had to suspend my disbelief to get through this one Everything just happened way too fast I mean really The main character was taken to court to serve as someone s squire, and within a day he s spying and almost dying every five minutes He falls in love in less than a week Mmmmkay He has the trust of Elizabeth within one conversation Alrighty then I also saw a lot of sentences that pretty much just repeated what the previous sentence said in a different way If those would have been edi...

  10. says:

    Everyone has a secret.Like the oyster with its grain of sand, we bury it deep within, coating it with opalescent layers, as if that could heal our mortal wound Some of us devote our entire lives to keeping our secrets hidden, save from those who might pry it from us, hoarding it like a pearl only to discover that it escapes us when we least expect it, revealed by a flash of f...

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