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Fair Margaret

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(4,393 Sterne; 14 Bewertungen)

This story is set during the reign of King Henry VII. Peter Brome is a poor man and without a father, and is in love with Margaret the dark-eyed daughter of John Castell, the kindly and wealthy merchant who has taken care of him and raised him. Through a series of unfortunate events Peter has just killed a soldier, through self defense it is true, however, the blood of the Spanish ambassador's men demands to be repaid. Now another man pursues fair Margaret the all powerful Marquis d'Aguilar of Spain, who is traveling in England upon a secret mission for the Inquisition. Much more than love hangs in the balance. (Summary by fiddlesticks) (10 hr 56 min)

Chapters

How Peter Met the Spaniard

25:50

Read by Pardeep Ahluwalia

John Castell

21:35

Read by Pardeep Ahluwalia

Peter Gathers Violets

24:24

Read by Pardeep Ahluwalia

Lovers Dear

30:22

Read by sawasawaya

Castell's Secret

22:10

Read by Lynne T

Farewell

20:46

Read by Lynne T

News From Spain

22:23

Read by Lynne T

D'aguilar Speaks

27:43

Read by Lynne T

The Snare

31:10

Read by Khaghbboommm

The Chase

27:10

Read by Khaghbboommm

The Meeting on the Sea

15:48

Read by Roohi

Father Henriques

28:13

Read by Khaghbboommm

The Adventure of the Inn

25:47

Read by Khaghbboommm

Inez and Her Garden

24:41

Read by Roohi

Peter Plays A Part

25:11

Read by Khaghbboommm

Betty Shows Her Teeth

24:30

Read by Khaghbboommm

The Plot

22:49

Read by John Demetre

The Holy Hermandad

25:33

Read by John Demetre

Betty Pays Her Debts

26:56

Read by Lynne T

Isabella of Spain

25:22

Read by Deon Gines

Betty States her Case

37:00

Read by Linda Andrus

The Doom of John Castell

22:35

Read by Khaghbboommm

Father Henriques and the baker's Oven

23:32

Read by Khaghbboommm

The Falcon Stoops

37:36

Read by Linda Andrus

How the Margaret Ran out at Sea

21:09

Read by Lynne T

Envoi

16:27

Read by Roohi

Bewertungen

(1 Sterne)

One of the readers was mumbling so much that a lot of the action went unheard. Male voice from New Zealand I believe. The rest of it is fine.

(5 Sterne)

Excellent story by excellent writer. Some of the speech is rather faint and difficult to hear. Is there any way of ensuring everyone can be heard?

some readers are great but woman in chat er 12 13 made me stop

(5 Sterne)