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The Glovemaker Reading The Glovemaker Author Stacia M Brown Ivogue.co.uk It Is 1649 Charles I Has Been Beheaded, Cromwell Is Running The Country, And A New Law Targeting Unwed Mothers And Lewd Women Has Been Passed A Law That Presumes That Anyone Who Conceals The Death Of Her Illegitimate Child Is Guilty Of Murder When A Dead Infant Is Found Buried Behind The Smithfield Slaughterhouse, All Fingers Point To Thirty Nine Year Old Glover S Assistant Rachel Lockyer A Fiercely Independent Woman, Rachel Has Been Carrying On An Affair With A Married Man, A One Time Political Agitator With A Radical Group Known As The Levelers Though No One Knows For Certain That Rachel Was Even Pregnant, She Is Arrested.So Comes An Investigation, Public Trial, And Unforgettable Characters Gouty Investigator Thomas Bartwain, Fiery Elizabeth Lillburne And Her Revolution Chasing Husband, Huguenot Glover Mary Du Gard, And Others Spinning Within Are Rachel And William, Their Remarkable Love Story, And The Miracles That Come To Even The Commonest Lives.

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10 thoughts on “The Glovemaker

  1. says:

    Accidents of Providence was kindly provided to me by Netgalley for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.1.5 starsAccidents of Providence is a historical fiction novel which tells the story of Rachel Lockyer s arrest after she is accused of killing a newborn child that was found buried in the woods The novel starte

  2. says:

    Poorly written puffed up drivel Barely a plot What a dry way to look at politics in the 1640s, not sure if it s a boring period of history or the author just couldn t deliver Felt no excitement, no sadness, attachment or sympathy towards ...

  3. says:

    Another 2012 release, the second one in the Read A Thon and from Netgalley When it comes to reading, I m one of those few people that can say I read alot but when it comes to the historical fiction genre, it s not something that tends to grab me unless the storyline is interesting and that is what happened with Acciden

  4. says:

    I was kindly supplied with this book by Netgalley to review, I ve had some great reads through there and discovered some super new authors What attracted me to read this one was the description which likened it to Fingersmith and The Dress Lodger both books I really loved The cover looks enticing and the basic principal of the

  5. says:

    It s 1649 in England Charles I has been beheaded, his family fleeing to the continent, and Oliver Cromwell s conservative Protestants have taken over the country There s religious turmoil with suppression of Catholicism and some residual political turmoil in the country, with Cromwell supporters suppression of the Levellers and Digger

  6. says:

    Seventeenth century London Apprentice Rachel Lockyer has been arrested for the murder of her newborn child, reported by her own mistress, the glovemaker Mary du Gard, who saw her burying the baby in the woods Thomas Bartwain, criminal investigator for the city, reviews the evidence in the case, which he calls open and shut , but he can t shak

  7. says:

    I picked up this story on the heels of the recent Casey Anthony murder trial and though the coincidence added to the intrigue, this didn t come out a winner for me.It s Cromwell s England and I learned about this time from this novel how women were flogged for having bastard babies, how the fathers were ridiculed, how the babies were treated by socie

  8. says:

    This novel seemed to start out well enough, the writing initially appeared well polished, the introduction of characters was logical, the interjection of law and history of the period set the stage for the drama of the story to unfold.Unfortunately by page eighty five I felt the author had given up on revealing the characters and events and instead resorted

  9. says:

    This isn t really a mystery, it sof a thought piece about a infant killing in 1649 London At that time, if an illegitimate child was stillborn the mother was safe, but if the child died or was murdered after being born, the mother was sentenced to death Rachel is one such unwed mother who has apparently killed her newborn daughter and buried the body at night That m

  10. says:

    Review originally posted on Blogcritics.comAn open and shut case That s what the prosecutor said She murdered the infant and she will hang Infant murder trials, quite prevalent in seventeenth century England were akin to the witch hunts in colonial America.The remarkable story of Rachel Lockyer, unmarried glove maker and her lover, William Walwyn, is set against the English

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