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About the Author
Linda Root is a retired prosecutor living in the high desert of Southern California with her husband Chris and their two Alaskan Malamutes, Maxx and Maya. She is the veteran of more than 140 trials, many of which attracted widespread media attention. Two became featured episodes on true crime network television. Since leaving the practice of law, she has redirected her expertise as a researcher and writer to a lifelong love of Tudor-Stuart history. The Last Knight is the second book in a series revolving around the life and times of Marie Stuart, Queen of Scots. The First Marie and the Queen of Scots was the first. The third, THE MIDWIFE'S SECRET: The Mystery of the Hidden Princess, centers on two actual legends concerning the life of the Queen of Scots and the 17th Century abbess Marguerite de Kircaldie, known as La Belle Ecossaise, and rumors Root is currently writing book four, THE MIDWIFE'S SECRET:The Other Daughter. Last Knight Cover art is by studio artist and tattoo practitioner Russ Root. Interior graphics by Russ Root, with some character drawings by the author.
Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 2597 KB
Print Length: 720 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (1 May 2012)
Interesting idea, quite nicely carried out, but this (and the sequel) *really* need someone with a good grasp of grammar, spelling and the fundamentals of proofreading.
There are many, many mis-spellings, omissions, and just plain mistakes (the author clearly believes "phenomena" to be a singular noun, for instance).
There are numerous occurrences of repeated words, and even more of missing ones- it brings you up short, and you have to re-read the sentence to work out what the missing word or words must have been. This gives a sensation not unlike missing a step while running.
While this hasn't *ruined* my enjoyment, it's cost a star or two.
I can understand if this is a self-pub, but *please* get a literate friend to check your work.