The Queens Governess - Karen Harper Reviews
Description:ISBN 0451232062 / Paperback: 384 pages / Publisher: NAL Trade / Reprint: August 2, 2011
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Pages: 384, Paperback, Ebury Press (Fiction)
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by - written on 04/05/13 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I do like a bit of historical fiction and over the past week have managed to read 2 concerning the Boleyn family. This particular one is about Katherine Ashley, the Governess of Elizabeth I and eventually life long friend. If you've ever see Blackadder Nursie is inspired by Kat Ashley, although I don't think she was ever known as Bernard! Kat Ashley was a young girl living in Devon with her father and evil stepmother, who may or may not have been involved in her mothers' death when Katherine was 10. Like a lot of young women Kat went to work in the local manor as an assistant to their disabled daughter, this was usually in the schoolroom so she received an ... Read the complete review
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