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Fair Helen: a veritable account of "Fair Helen of Kirkconnel Lea" - scrieved by Harry Langton

Fair Helen: a veritable account of "Fair Helen of Kirkconnel Lea" - scrieved by Harry Langton

Greig, Andrew, 1951- author

The Scottish Borderlands, 1590s. Harry Langton is called back to the country of his childhood to aid an old friend, Adam Fleming, who has fallen for Helen of Annandale and, in turn, fallen foul of her rival. In a land where minor lairds vie for power and blood feuds are settled by the sword, Fleming faces a battle to win Helen's hand. Entrusted as guard to the lovers' secret trysts, Langton is thrust into the middle of a dangerous triangle, and discovers Helen is not so chaste as she is fair. But Langton has his own secrets to keep - and other friends to serve. Someone has noticed his connections, and recruited him in their bid to control the hierarchy of the Border families

Hardback, Large print, Book. English. Historical fiction. Large type books.
Large print edition.
Published Leicester: Thorpe, 2014
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Statement of responsibility: Andrew Greig
ISBN: 1444821652, 9781444821659
Intended audience: Adult.
Physical Description: 368 pages (large print) ; 24 cm.
Series: Charnwood
Subject: Man-woman relationships England History 16th century Fiction.; Scottish Borders (England and Scotland) History 16th century Fiction.