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Figures in Silk

A Novel

by Vanora Bennett

Figures in Silk
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  • Published in USA  Apr 2009
    464 pages
    Genre: Historical Fiction

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Becky Dodd (12/20/09)

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I loved this book! I loved the backdrop of the silk industry and especially the eye opening perspective of the rise of England's King Richard. I especially appreciated this perspective after reading Anne Easter Smith's A Rose for the Crown. They are a nice compliment to each other. The character development is good, the story captivating and the ending worthy. The tale of two sisters and their drifting away and then back together is heartwarming and exciting with their surprising connections to the Royal families. Definite recommended.
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