Front Cover
Red Fox, Aug 1, 2008 - Cavendish, Grace, Lady (Fictitious character) - 256 pages
2 Reviews
Preparations for the wedding of one of Lady Grace's fellow Maids of Honour are interrupted when a shipment of gold, on its way to the Queen, is stolen! The culprit is a single masked horseman, all in black - or is it a gang of ruffians from the forest? The clues seem to point in several different directions and Grace, as Queen Elizabeth's trusty secret Lady Pursuivant, can't make head or tail of them. Could one of the newcomers to court be involved? And will Grace be able to help recover the fortune?

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - soraki - LibraryThing

Grace tries to find a stolen shipment of gold, while helping prepare for the wedding for one of her fellow Maids of Honor. This book introduces a possible love interest for Grace, who I hope returns in later books. Read full review


User Review  - Anonymous - Tesco

excellent book for my daughter she thoroughly enjoyed reading it Read full review

About the author (2008)

Lady Grace Cavendish was a Maid of Honour at the court of Queen Elizabeth, She became a ward of court after both her parents were tragically killed in the service of the Queen. Her daybooks, written for her own pleasure, have now reached a wide audience.

Bibliographic information