Marian Judith Grimshaw

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Marian  by  Judith Grimshaw

Marian by Judith Grimshaw
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This is the hitherto untold story of Marian of Lee, daughter of Sir Richard and Lady Ann, set in the fourteenth century during the reign of Edward II in the locations traditionally associated with the Robin Hood legends in Yorkshire andMoreThis is the hitherto untold story of Marian of Lee, daughter of Sir Richard and Lady Ann, set in the fourteenth century during the reign of Edward II in the locations traditionally associated with the Robin Hood legends in Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. Our tale begins as Marians world is turned upside down when the arrogant young outlaw, Robin Hood, seeks sanctuary at her fathers castle.

We follow Marian on an inevitable course which was predetermined by fate from the time of her birth and which entwines her life to his.But Marians life is also destined to be caught up with another who haunts her family, seeking to possess both her and a mysterious dagger which was entrusted to Marian by her mother. Will Ralph Tysoe succeed in his quest and what of the legend of the mythical Victory Horse, reputed to bestow such great power, which links Marians family to the malevolent Tysoe line, who will stop at nothing to recover what they believe is rightfully theirs?A tale of love and a tale of loss, of myth and legend which goes far deeper than Marians relationship with Robin.

Marian explores the difficulties that women faced during this most difficult and dangerous period of history. As the tale draws to a close, we see Marian increasingly under scrutiny – her belief in the old ways now viewed suspiciously with the rise of an increasingly established Church and the seeds of persecution of those believed to be witches…



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