The King's Mistress - Emma Campion Reviews
Description:ISBN 009949793X / Author: Emma Campion / Paperback / 560 Pages / Book is published 2010-03-04 by Arrow
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The Kings mistress is a historical fiction novel by Emma Campion set in the reign of Edward III between 1370 and 1400; the main character is Alice Perrers, who will end up as Edward's mistress. Alice is a real historical character though she has become known for her greed, avarice and desire for power rather than any redeeming features such as beauty or dignity. This is a fictional telling of her life using as much historical detail as could be found, the book is told as a first person narrative of Alice from around the age of 13-14. The first time we meet Alice she is Alice Salisbury who is going to enter London society at the age of around 13, her father is ... Read the complete review
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