Daughters of Spain - Jean Plaidy Reviews
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by - written on 31/01/10 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I'm quite pleased with my library at the moment. For the past few years there has been a severe lack of Jean Plaidy books on the shelves. The ones which were available were ones I'd already read and no new stories were arriving. However over the past week or so I've spotted brand new novels to keep me fully entertained. It always used to be the Anne Boleyn tale which has kept me wanting to read more novels on her. Although after such a long time of continually reading up on her it has become a little tiresome, there's only so much talk of her and her brothers bedroom antics that one person can take. Hence the reason why Katherine of Aragon has grabbed my ... Read the complete review
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