Library Ed. Books on Tape 2008
CD ISBN 978-1-4159-4921-4 $129.00 Nineteen CDs
DD ISBN multiple sources
Margaret of York comes of age during the 1460s when her brother Edward IV is crowned king. DAUGHTER OF YORK follows the young Margaret's romances and passions against a backdrop of loosely interpreted British history, court intrigue, suspenseful alliances, and political strategy. After her marriage to Charles of Burgundy, Margaret develops into one of the fifteenth century's most powerful women. As Margaret's journey is sensuously fictionalized, Rosalyn Landor's sonorous tones lend the author's speculations depth and believability. Landor depicts Margaret with a lilt in her voice and deftly shifts her timbre to portray Margaret’s younger brothers, as well as somber soldiers and members of royalty. Landor’s velvety inflections re-create the mood of the period. A.W. © AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine [Published: OCTOBER 2008]
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