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ISBN: 1416563725 / ISBN-13: 9781416563723

The Red Queen

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The second book in Philippa's stunning new trilogy, The Cousins War, brings to life the story of Margaret Beaufort, a shadowy and mysterious ... Show synopsis

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  • The Red Queen (Touchstone Books) – Hardcover (2010)
    by Philippa Gregory

    The Red Queen

    Hardcover, Touchstone Books
    2010
    English
    New ed.
    400 pages

    ISBN: 1416563725
    ISBN-13: 9781416563723

    In her second book of the Cousins' War series, #1 "New York Times"-bestselling author Gregory moves to the Lancaster side, and the story of a determined woman who believes she is destined to shape the course of history.

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Reviews of The Red Queen

Overall customer rating: 4.500
Chatland W

Catharine of Aragon

by Chatland W on Nov 29, 2013

This was another excellent book by Phillipa Gregory, who has a special talent for putting words into the mouths and thoughts into the minds of figures from the Tudor period, yet anchoring the narrative in known historical fact when available.

AngusOdell

The Red Queen

by AngusOdell on Oct 28, 2010

The Red Queen shares a common theme as all the other Gregory fiction works based on history: The subjugation of women, whatever their status, in the Late Middle Ages to the Early Renaissance period.

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