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Reviews

  • The compelling drama of Elizabeth’s life, the traumatic perils she faced as a young woman, the murder of her brothers by Richard III and the later mystery of Perkin Warbeck, are richly presented.

    Iain Finlayson, The Times
  • A meticulous scholar... Weir sincerely admires her subject, doing honor to an almost forgotten queen

    New York Times
  • The great asset of this book is the combination of the political and the personal… Weir is a fine writer with a wonderful gift for description.

    Linda Porter, Literary Review
  • Weir has a shrewd sense of what will seize the imagination of the keen historical amateur.

    The Independent
  • Weir adheres to the conventional story without giving much weight to new theories, preferring instead to stick with the facts about daily life for a Plantagenet princess-turned-Tudor queen.

    Lesley McDowell, Herald

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