Rivals in power: lives and letters of the great Tudor dynasties

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Macmillan London, Nov 1, 1990 - England - 292 pages
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User Review  - Brooklyn Tayla - Goodreads

Fascinating read. Felt like I was back in the Tudor period and all its opulence. The letters between the courtiers were fascinating to read - and accompanied by Starkey's insight - this book is one for all you fellow history lovers. Read full review

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User Review  - Michael K. - Goodreads

Even at the highest levels of the royal court, Tudor government involved a great deal more than three kings and two (or three) queens. Interwoven with and surrounding the Tudors were eight other great ... Read full review

Contents

Rivals in Power
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The Tudors and the Nobility David Starkey
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The King and his Favourite Courtier
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