Caught in the Web: a Tale of Tudor TimesISBN: 9781783972159
What was it like to be a Christian in England in the turbulent times from the close of the reign of Henry VIII, through Edward VI, the nine days of Lady Jane Grey and the persecution under Bloody Queen Mary?
In this gripping and accessible novel, Faith Cook takes real characters and events and blends their stories with others to give a realistic picture of those days. The childhood home of Lady Jane Grey provides the background to an account which includes authentic historical figures and their recorded words.
Readable for teenagers and adults alike, this book will challenge and encourage Christians living under the pressures of the twenty-first century.
Faith Cook, the daughter of OMF missionaries, was born in China and now lives in Derbyshire, England. She is the author of a number of books, including A Pilgrim Path: John Bunyan's journey; Lady Jane Grey, the nine-day Queen of England; Anne Bradstreet: pilgrim and poet; Seeing the invisible; And so I began to read… and two more historical novels, Under the scaffold, and Stronger than the Sword, all published by EP.
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