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The Time of Singing

When Roger Bigod heir to the powerful earldom of Norfolk arrives at court in 1177 to settle a bitter inheritance dispute with his half-brothers he encounters Ida de Tosney young mistress to King Henry II. A victim of Henry’s seduction and the mother of his son Ida is attracted to Roger and sees in him a chance of lasting security; but in deciding to marry Roger she is forced to make a choice. As Roger’s importance as a mainstay of the Angevin government grows it puts an increasing strain on his marriage. Against a volatile political background the gulf between them threatens to widen beyond crossing especailly when so many bridges have already been burned.

  • Published by Soundings
  • Fiction/Non-FictionFiction
  • Target Audience Adult
  • Released 1st September 2006
  • Duration 16 Hrs. 05 Mins.