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  1. 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 hist

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    Accidents of Providence was kindly provided to me by Netgalley for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt15 starsAccidents o

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    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 Accidents of Providence It's the year 1649 in England King Charles has been beheaded for Treason and laws are being broug

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    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 storyline sounds interestingI wanted to love this too I really did but sadly it miss

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    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

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    5 stars for this interesting and excellent work of historical fiction from 1649 London It's about a woman accused of killing her newborn baby It follows the the eventsthe laws of that period of history the trial

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    It is the middle of the 1600's and in Cromwell's Puritan England a law has been passed to prevent the Destroying and murdering of the children of unmarried woman I have long been fascinated with the Puritans their strange relationship with God where everything pleasurable is a considered a sin and woman on the f

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    This novel made me smell 17th century London and feel the coarse fabrics worn by the poor people rubbing over my skin in the muddy marketplace It made me hear the vendors shouting and the dogs barking The story made me choke with anxiety for the fate of the protagonist No cancel that — the fate of the heroine Because the way she stands up to society is nothing less than heroic — the so because she's alone in the world Brown's

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    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 Diggers radical political groups advocating euality tolerance and religious freedomThis novel does not focus on po

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    Review originally posted on BlogcriticscomAn open and shut case That’s what the prosecutor said She murdered the infant and she will hang Infant murder trials uite prevalent in seventeenth century England were akin to the witch hunts in colonial AmericaThe remarkable story of Rachel Lockyer unmarried glove make

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The Glovemaker

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. 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 Accidents of Providence It s the year 1649 in England King Charles has been beheaded for Treason and laws are being brought in leftright and centre In the first chapter we meet Mary DuGard a widow and owner of a glove making shop she seems to be the type of woman who prefers to be in the background not make a fuss and keep to herself a real introverted soul Though one decision as Mary is about to learn can change not only your life forever but the others around you and that sometimes one tiny decision can cause a domino effect that you never could imagine For Mary that decision was to follow Rachel her assistant one evening as her suspicions grew that Rachel was up to no good It is discovered as Mary follows Rachel that she has given birth and then killed her baby so that she is no longer responsible However Mary can t let this go and Rachel s deed is reported to the courts now in 1649 a new law has been written and finalised that any person found killing their infant is seen as a Murderer and what will follow next is a court case with over 60 witnesses into whether Rachel is guilty or not So comes an investigation public trial and unforgettable characters gouty investigator Thomas Bartwain fiery Elizabeth Lilburne 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 livesI found this book enjoyable as in parts it reminded me of The Handmaid s Tale by Margaret Atwood the setting and After by Amy Efaw where the baby is killed and now the main character must go through the conseuences of her actions Accidents of Providence is an ideal read for anyone who loves reading about gruesome I know but the effects of Infanticide and the true historical aspect of what 1649 was like Dark Prophet The Chronicles of Koa of her illegitimate child is guilty Ugly Fish of murder When a dead infant is found buried behind the Smithfield slaughterhouse all. 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S 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 liv. This novel made me smell 17th century London and feel the coarse fabrics worn by the poor people rubbing over my skin in the muddy marketplace It made me hear the vendors shouting and the dogs barking The story made me choke with anxiety for the fate of the protagonist No cancel that the fate of the heroine Because the way she stands up to society is nothing less than heroic the so because she s alone in the world Brown s books never leave you alone Once you ve read them you can t unread them ever again And that s a good thing What s exceptional to me is the way she places you in the environment not only the smells and sounds and sights of the time but also the way people speak act and thinkAnd below the entire course of the story like an underground river runs the presence absence of her dead childHeart wrenching

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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 arrestedSo come. 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 shake the strong sense of unease that dogs him when he submits it for indictment Rachel will not speak in her own defense refusing to admit she was pregnant to identify the father and to state whether the infant was live or still born Charles I has recently been executed and the state of the law has becoming as unstable as the new government that replaced the king s Stacia M Brown has remarkably produced a first novel every bit as compelling as The Scarlet Letter At heart Accidents of Providence is a love story one of illicit irresistible unshakable love But eually central are the uestions of morality sexual euality fidelity friendship and ethical courage that plague Rachel and her lover Mary du Gard Bartwain and all the other people involved in each of their lives To read Rachel s story is to live vicariously in interregnum London the story s vividly evoked background It is to ponder the moral uestions that dog each of the characters It is to feel the horror of a public execution Rachel is a strong woman who has the strength to die for what she believes while those around her euivocate Accidents of Providence is a highly literate unforgettable piece of outstanding historical fiction

  • Paperback
  • 400
  • The Glovemaker
  • Stacia M. Brown
  • English
  • 04 October 2017
  • 9780099553670