Bloody Mary's Martyrs: The Story of England's Terror

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Mary, the daughter of Henry VIII, was crowned queen in 1553. Always sickly, she died in 1558, but her short reign was entirely devoted to restoring Catholicism to England by whatever means were necessary. Her brutal methods earned her the name she has carried ever since, "Bloody Mary". This is the story of her persecution of men such as Ridley and Thomas Cranmer, Archbishop of Canterbury, both of whom were burned at the stake, as were some 300 others who refused to renounce their Protestantism and accept Papal supremacy ...

Bloody Mary's Martyrs: The story of England's Terror 2002, Robinson Publishing, London

ISBN-13: 9781841195353

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Bloody Mary's Martyrs: The Story of England's Terror 2001, Basic Books, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780786708543

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Bloody Mary's Martyrs: The Story of England's Terror 2001, Constable, London

ISBN-13: 9781841193359

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