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A Court of Betrayal: The gripping new historical novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author!

Anne O'Brien

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Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Historical romance, Historical fiction

The captivating new historical novel from Sunday Times bestselling author Anne O'Brien, perfect for fans of Philippa Gregory and Alison Weir.

'A fantastically gripping story of love and betrayal, told with the masterful skill of a passionate storyteller. It kept me riveted until the last page!' BARBARA ERSKINE

'Anne O'Brien crosses swathes of time seamlessly. A gorgeous bouquet of a novel. Stunning' CAROL McGRATH

'Tremendous and engrossing' NICOLA CORNICK

'A riveting and immersive story of a woman's strength and resilience' ELIZABETH CHADWICK


The Welsh Marches, 1301

Strong-willed heiress Johane de Geneville is married to Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, at just fifteen years old.

Soon Johane finds herself swept up in a world of treacherous court politics and dangerous secrets as her husband deposes Edward II and rules England alongside Queen Isabella.

Yet when Roger is accused of treason, she is robbed of her freedom and must survive catastrophic events in her fight for justice - with her life, and her children's, hanging in the balance...

Will she pay for her husband's mistakes, or will she manage to escape from a terrible fate?

Readers love Anne O'Brien:

'I was spellbound throughout!' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

'Vividly real and unforgettable' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

'Truly captivating' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

'If you love historical heroines and women battling to survive against all the odds, this is for you!' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

'Superbly written, a jolly good read!' ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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Anne O'Brien

Sunday Times Bestselling author Anne O'Brien was born in West Yorkshire. After gaining a BA Honours degree in History at Manchester University and a Master's in Education at Hull, she lived in East Yorkshire for many years as a teacher of history.

Today she has sold over 700,000 copies of her books in the UK and internationally. She lives with her husband in an eighteenth-century timber-framed cottage in the depths of the Welsh Marches in Herefordshire. The area provides endless inspiration for her novels about the forgotten women of history.

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