The Poison Bed (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
416
Utgivningsdatum
2019-03-28
Förlag
Penguin Books Ltd
Dimensioner
196 x 144 x 27 mm
Vikt
290 g
ISBN
9781405920070
The Poison Bed (häftad)

The Poison Bed

'Gone Girl meets The Miniaturist'

Häftad Engelska, 2019-03-28
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'A gripping psychological thriller. Readers will be awake deep into the night, trying to untangle the truth' The Times 'Books of the Year' A marriage. A murder. One of them will hang for it. ________ Autumn, 1615. Frances Carr is imprisoned in a cold, lightless room. She is accused of murder. In a cell nearby is her co-accused - her husband Robert. Kept apart, Frances can only tell her side of the story. How did she come to be here? Can she somehow prove her innocence? And what lengths will she go to to save herself? __________ 'Engaging, vivid and revelling in historical detail' Sarah Perry, bestselling author of The Essex Serpent 'The Miniaturist meets Gone Girl. Gripping and full of surprises' BBC History 'Books of the Year' 'A tale of intrigue and ambition, this is a rich and fascinating book' Guardian 'Immaculately detailed, dark, clever and compulsive' Daily Mail
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Engaging, vivid and cleverly constructed. One expects the reversal, but it comes in a double blow, the first of which is so cunningly done I found myself pausing, frowning and riffling back through the pages to confirm that I had, indeed, been thoroughly stitched up -- Sarah Parry A creepy and powerfully immersive retelling of one of the greatest scandals of the Jacobean court . . . The Poison Bed is unerringly addictive. Fremantle's writing has a dynamic quality and an immediacy that draws readers in, whether or not they're familiar with the material of the story * Marylebone Journal * A great summer read. Fremantle weaves together documented fact with sensitively imagined fiction to create a novel that helps us understand a time and place better * National Public Radio * A riveting tale. I cannot recommend this highly enough -- Alison Weir Brilliant. Gripping and sexy and wholly transporting. Highly recommended. * Eve Chase * A seductive historical thriller. The Jacobean world leaps off the page in all its vivid, visceral glory -- Kate Riordan A toxic blend of glamour, intrigue and ambition -- Andrew Taylor bestselling author of * The Ashes of London * Flawless. A sharp, well-constructed thriller, this is a book that will keep you on your toes * Bookbag * A twisting tale of power, poison and intrigue. Historical fiction with the pull of a psychological thriller -- Anna Mazzola A thoroughly compelling tale of sexually-charged intrigue and murder. Once started, impossible to put down -- Minette Walters A riveting tale that kept me reading into the night. Beautifully written and realised -- Costa shortlisted Kate Hammer A Jacobean Gone Girl! Dark and deeply satisfying, The Poison Bed is a tale of monstrous intrigue and murder -- M J Carter Exquisite. The reveal is terrifying -- Toby Clements A novel set in the court of James I that reopens the case of Robert and Frances Carr, aristocrats charged with killing a man who opposed their marriage. With skill and delicacy, Fremantle presents the period as a cabinet of curiosities * New York Times * Immaculately detailed and atmospheric, this Jacobean mystery borrows from both the revenge tragedies and contemporary noir thriller to manipulate the reader. It is dark, clever and compulsive -- Elizabeth Buchan * Daily Mail * Who is to blame? And will they get away with it? A rollicking read * Heat * Gripping and fascinating. Fremantle is a master * Santa Montefiore * An electrifying, brilliantly executed thriller * Woman & Home * An intoxicating blend of intrigue, seduction, witchcraft and murder. The Poison Bed is beautifully told and impossible to put down -- Karen Perry A gripping page-turner that will have you awake long into the night. Ingenious * The Times * A tale of intrigue and ambition, this is a rich and fascinating book -- ONE OF THE BEST RECENT CRIME NOVELS * The Guardian * A gripping historical thriller. Think Gone Girl with bodices. Brilliant * Glamour * A twisting psychological thriller based on a real Jacobean murder. Unputdownable * The Times * Engaging, vivid and revelling in historical detail, this thriller delves into a notorious murder. The reversal comes in a double blow, the first of which is so cunningly done I found myself pausing, frowning and riffling back through the pages to confirm that I had, indeed, been thoroughly stitched up * Sarah Perry, bestselling author of The Essex Serpent *

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E.C. Fremantle holds a First for her BA in English and an MA in Creative Writing from Birkbeck. As Elizabeth Fremantle she is the critically acclaimed author of four Tudor historical novels: Queen's Gambit, Sisters of Treason, Watch the Lady and The Girl in the Glass Tower. She lives in London and Norfolk.