A brilliant portrait of the rule of "Bloody Mary” and her intricate relationship with Elizabeth I, the adored "Virgin Queen,” here is a riveting tale of one family's sordid and extraordinary chapter in the pages of history.
Praise for Brandy Purdy and The Boleyn Wife
"Recommended for readers who can’t get enough of the Tudors and have devoured all of Philippa Gregory’s books.” --Library Journal
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Mary loves Elizabeth like a daughter despite her mother being Anne Boleyn while Elizabeth remembers how Mary took care of her and loved her when no one else paid attention to her after her mother's death.Aug 05 2011 | Read Full Review of The Tudor Throne
In the interval since reading The Boleyn Wife, I duly hunted down and read Purdy’s The Confession of Piers Gaveston, about the meddling little schemer who helped bring King Edward II to ruin, and although it’s one of the best fictionalizations of Edward II I’ve ever read (it’s tough to beat Marlo...Dec 20 2011 | Read Full Review of The Tudor Throne
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