Indiscretions of the Queen

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Putnam's Sons, 1988 - Fiction - 352 pages
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Having married Caroline of Brunswick against his will, the Prince of Wales finds his wife a vulgar and flamboyant woman and attempts to have her found guilty of adultery despite her enormous popularity throughout England

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Review: Indiscretions of the Queen (Georgian Saga #8)

User Review  - Brenda - Goodreads

very interesting and well written. I did a little more research and much of this book stick to the facts as are known at this time. Caroline was treated horrifically by her 'husband'. I find her very ... Read full review

Review: Indiscretions of the Queen (Georgian Saga #8)

User Review  - Teresa Edwards - Goodreads

I really can't find fault with any of Jean Plaidy's historical kings and queens of England novels. She had a knack for making history come alive. Read full review


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About the author (1988)

Jean Plaidy was a British writer who wrote under various pen names. Her real name is Eleanor Alice Burford Hibbert. She was born in London on September 1, 1906. Most of the books written as Jean Plaidy are historical romances based on English history featuring historical figures. The first, Beyond the Blue Mountains, was published in 1947. Hibbert also wrote five nonfiction histories and two children's books. Besides Jean Plaidy, Hibbert wrote under Victoria Holt, Phillipa Carr, Elbur Ford, Kathleen Kellow, Ellalice Tate, and her maiden name, Eleanor Burford. Hibbert died on January 18, 1993.

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