The Shadow of the Tudor Rose

Book number 9 in the Shadows from the Past series is now available from Amazon in both Kindle and  paperback versions.

In 1588, a plot to invade England and overthrow Queen Elizabeth the First is about to unfold.

At this crucial moment in English history, four visitors from the future arrive in Elizabethan London. Twins Joe and Jemima Lancelot, together with friend Charlie and their talking cat Max, have embarked on their ninth journey into the past as they continue the search for their missing parents who are lost somewhere in the mists of time.

Finding themselves at the heart of a web of conspiracy, can the young time-travellers solve the mystery of the Tudor Rose?

 

Who is this young man? Do you know him? Uncovering his identity is the first mystery the young time-travellers must solve...

"Once again, under the skilled pen of author Wendy Leighton-Porter, history comes to life! The dangerous intricacies and machinations of court intrigue, the enduring animosity between England and Spain, and the life of people in Elizabethan England are clearly laid out...

I wholeheartedly recommend this book to teachers as well as parents because there is so much interesting information, wrapped up in an exciting, suspense-filled package, to get young readers eagerly delving back into the past. Young and of course young at heart readers are in for an incredible treat."

FIONA INGRAM, author

 

You can read the rest of Fiona's review on her blog - just click on the link below:

 

https://fionaingramauthor.blogspot.co.za/2017/07/the-shadow-of-tudor-rose-ninth.html

 

 

Reviewed by Alyssa Elmore for READERS' FAVORITE:

 

"What would you do if your parents were lost in time? Would you risk everything to find them? The Shadow of the Tudor Rose by Wendy Leighton-Porter is a sensational children's historical adventure...

I love how the author has entwined The Shadows From The Past series with Max's adventure series. Wendy Leighton-Porter has created such vivid characters, with every story chock-full of historical events and significance; the books are hard to put down once you start reading."