Author(s): Anne Perry
Rosie travels back in time again, this time to 1649 during the period of Oliver Cromwell and the beheading of King Charles I. It's up to her to mend the relationship between her Puritan brother and the love of his life, a big supporter of the Monarch - but will the two stay together after the King's beheading? And will Rosie be able to return the present if they don't reconcile? A brilliantly crafted story by Anne Perry detailing the powerful and conflicting emotions of England's Civil War. With a reading age of 8 but for 12+, it is particularly suitable for reluctant, struggling and dyslexic readers.
Anne Perry was born in London but spent much of her childhood growing up in the Bahamas and New Zealand. She is the author of the immensely popular William Monk and Thomas Pitt series of novels and was named one of the Times' '100 Masters of Crime'. She currently has over 25 million books in print worldwide and won an Edgar for her story, Heroes in 2007. She lives in Scotland.