Mary Queen of Scots

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Mandarin, 1969 - Scotland - 713 pages
122 Reviews
This biography won the James Tait Black Prize. It provides an enlightening, scholarly yet moving account of the life and death of one of the most romantic figures in British history.

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Still my favourite from this writer. - Goodreads
One remark: I found it rather hard to read at times. - Goodreads
She's excellent as a mystery writer. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Shelley J. - Goodreads

Still my favourite from this writer. Although she details events and dates like any historian she makes this as easy to read and as compelling as a thriller Read full review

Review: Mary Queen of Scots (Medieval Women Boxset)

User Review  - Rbell - Goodreads

I wanted desperately to like this book. I respect Antonia Fraser's intense research and her devout efforts to portray history accurately. As a historian, she is marvellous. However, despite her ... Read full review

Contents

the young queen 1 All Men Lamented
21
Englands Rough Wooing
43
The Most Perfect Child
59
Copyright

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About the author (1969)

Antonia Fraser is the author of numerous internationally bestselling biographies, including "The Six Wives of Henry VIII" and "Cromwell: Our Chief of Men".

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