Mary Queen of Scots

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Mandarin, 1969 - Scotland - 713 pages
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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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User Review  - Elysianfield - LibraryThing

This was the first book about Mary Queen of Scots that wasn't boring. I still think Mary was an idiot but the book was good. Read full review

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User Review  - Mortybanks - LibraryThing

Very pro-Mary and anti-Elizabeth. Goes to show that smart women do stupid things when they hook up with the wrong guy no matter what the era. 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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