Captivating and Magical, ‘The Phantom Tree’ Delivers An Alternate Look at Tudor History [REVIEW]

The Phantom Tree

Two women bound by a pact, two enemies separated by centuries. Lose yourself in the pages of Nicola Cornick’s The Phantom Tree. (Illustration courtesy Graydon House)

When a long-lost Tudor portrait suddenly surfaces in the midst of a modern-day English festival, one woman’s carefully constructed life is turned on its ear. The face in the painting is as familiar as her own. But can it be? Did the woman in the portrait live? And if so, what secrets does she hold? Find out in Nicola Cornick’s engrossing new novel, The Phantom Tree. 
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Help Protect Public Media [VIDEO]

Protect My Public Media

Shows like Masterpiece, Sesame Street, and Doctor Who rely on federal funding. (Collage by Jathan Fink, Jadeworks Entertainment)

Dear Friends,

If you’re like us, you love watching shows like MasterpieceGreat Performances, Charlie RoseDoctor Who, and Martha Stewart’s Cooking SchoolYou probably grew up with long-running educational programming like Sesame Street, and your kids almost certainly love Thomas and FriendsGeneration after generation, America has relied on public television to deliver this kind of quality programming, which informs, educates, inspires and entertains us. Read more of this post