Fanfare for a Witch

Fanfare for a Witch

Vaughan Wilkins / Nov 18, 2019

Fanfare for a Witch Among the problems to which historians have never been able to furnish a satisfactory answer is Why did George II and Caroline his wife behave towards their eldest son with such marked animosity This

  • Title: Fanfare for a Witch
  • Author: Vaughan Wilkins
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 323
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Among the problems to which historians have never been able to furnish a satisfactory answer is Why did George II and Caroline his wife behave towards their eldest son with such marked animosity.This work of fiction puts up a plausible explanation in a swashbuckling romantic novel.

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      • Vaughan Wilkins

        William Vaughan Wilkins was an English writer and journalist.


    545 Comments

    1. I picked this up completely by chance in a second hand book store, based solely on the title and nothing else and while it wasn't quite what I expected it was still a good little read. It focuses on George II and his wife, Caroline, and sets out to explore why they behaved so strangely towards their eldest son. In doing so Wilkins weaves a web of intrigue and conspiracy worthy of the 18th Century royal courts although some parts did seems a little implausible. The characters themselves were also [...]


    2. I am surprised that this is not a popular historical fiction book as it is quite good. I picked it up at a book fair for 50 cents. Why did George II and his wife hate their first born child, Frederick, so much? This book searches that question, and along the way we meet the mysterious Shems-ed-douha, Empress of Morocco, and the girl with quite a few secret identities. Javan, her advisor, who seems confused and quite stressed with the situation of Shems assimilating into 18th century English Soci [...]


    3. I really enjoyed this romp of a book. So much going on! It took me a little time to get accustomed to Vaughan Wilkins writing style, but once I had I liked it very much. It is different to anything I had read in a long time. I loved the characters of Shems-ed-Douha and Javan Tierce - oh, the tension between these two is yummy! Little Coppie Tregallion was hilarious! I really liked the Miss Haversham-esque scene with Madame von Pfullegen towards the end too. In fact all Wilkins characters are cra [...]


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