Sir Francis Walsingham: A Courtier in an Age of Terror - Wilson, Derek

During the brief reign of the Queen Mary, Francis Walsingham was a Protestant exile in Italy. Returning home when Elizabeth assumed the throne, from 1570 he became a diplomat to the arch-pragmatist queen. He was often troubled by her inconsistent policy decisions and for allowing the exile in England of Mary Queen of Scots. His triumph came in ... Read More

Sir Francis Walsingham: A Courtier in an Age of Terror 2007, Carroll & Graf Publishers, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780786720873

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