The Battle of the Queens - Jean Plaidy Reviews
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by - written on 03/04/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I've always been faithful to Jean Plaidy. Even after all these months of reading historical novels penned by the likes of Phillipa Gregory or Suzanne Dunn I know I'll always return to her. Why? You may very well ask and the answer is simple. In this particular subject she has always come top. This book centres on the two leaders of rival nations, France and England, during the 13th century. An era which I wasn't really that clued up on. The tyrant King John of England has died, suspected to of been murdered. Not that the people of his land are in mourning. The majority having turned to France in the hope of being rid of him once and for all. ... Read the complete review
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