The Kingmaker's Daughter - Philippa Gregory Reviews
Description:ISBN 0857207466 / Author: Philippa Gregory / Hardcover / 448 Pages / Book is published 2012-08-16 by Simon & Schuster UK
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The Kingmaker's Daughter is the fourth novel in Philippa Gregory's Cousins War series, which opened with The White Queen, the title of the recent BBC adaptation. Each novel tells the story of one of the women at the heart of the Cousins War, which we know better as the War of the Roses. The Kingmaker's Daughter is the story of Anne Neville, daughter of the Earl of Warwick, one of the key figures throughout the war. The Earl of Warwick has no son, only two daughters, Anne and her sister Isabel, and so he uses them as pawns in his schemes and attempts to control the power of the throne. Anne is confused by the family's always changing loyalties, having been ... Read the complete review
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