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Many Kinds of Silence

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When William Shakespeare leaves his home in Stratford in the company of a Catholic priest he knows that he is walking into danger, but the vast libraries held in the name of God are enough to tempt him to risk his life in the pursuit of knowledge. However, the capture and death of his mentor, Edmund Campion, and his return to Stratford set William on an altogether different path. Marriage to Anne Hathaway means he must turn his back on the priesthood, but there are other ways for a clever and charming young man to be of use to the faith.

Many Kinds of Silence traces the story of a young William Shakespeare and his patron, Ferdinando Stanley, and reveals how choosing in whom to place your trust meant the difference between life and death in Elizabethan England.

Many Kinds of Silence is a cleverly conceived and captivating novel, casting adrift a young and restless William in a maelstrom of religious strife and intrigue whilst exploring the adventurous spirit of a generation in pursuit of scientific knowledge. (Lancashire Evening Post)

This is an engaging tale, a very readable book. (Goodreads)

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Paperback Editions

November 2014 : USA Paperback
thumbTitle: Many Kinds of Silence: The lost years of William Shakespeare
Author(s): Elizabeth Ashworth
ISBN: 1-5001-7522-6 / 978-1-5001-7522-1 (USA edition)
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
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Kindle Editions

October 2014 : USA, Canada, UK Kindle edition
thumbTitle: Many Kinds of Silence: Knowing who to trust can mean the difference between life and death in Tudor England.
Author(s): Elizabeth Ashworth
Publisher: AWES Books
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