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Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart

National Book Critics Circle Award finalist A triumph . a masterpiece full of fire and tragedy. Amanda Foreman, author of Georgiana In the first full-scale biography of Mary Stuart.

The Rival Queens: Catherine de' Medici, Her Daughter Marguerite de Valois, and the Betrayal That Ignited a Kingdom By Nancy Goldstone

The Rival Queens: Catherine de' Medici, Her Daughter Marguerite de Valois, and the Betrayal that Ignited a Kingdom - Nancy Goldstone

Ah, summertime (in the northern hemisphere at least!). That blissfully balmy time of year where school’s out, vacations are scheduled, and the beach beckons. Sunshine and family make great company, but something there’s nothing better than diving into a rich, immersive story. The only thing between you and enjoying a great read is the leap... Read more »

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13 historical fiction books to read this year. If you love history books, check out these great novels, including some WWII fiction and books based on true stories.

13 Historical Fiction Books Coming in August

This list of new historical fiction books includes everything from World War II intrigue to the Vikings, as well as a new release from Philippa Gregory!

The Sisters of Henry VIII: The Tumultuous Lives of Margaret of Scotland and Mary of France  by Maria Perry

The Sisters of Henry VIII: The Tumultuous Lives of Margaret of Scotland and Mary of France by Maria Perry

Mary Queen of Scots: "I am myself a Queen, the daughter of a King, a stranger, and the true Kinswoman of the Queen of England. I came to England on my cousin’s promise of assistance against my enemies and rebel subjects and was at once imprisoned…As an absolute Queen, I cannot submit to orders, nor can I submit to the laws of the land without injury to myself, the King my son and all other sovereign princes…"

“ I am myself a Queen, the daughter of a King, a stranger, and the true Kinswoman of the Queen of England. I came to England on my cousin’s promise of assistance against my enemies and rebel subjects.

Mary is so very interesting and entwined with the life of her cousin Queen Elizabeth I.  Good read.

On my list of Alison Weir's non fiction books to finish. They were cousins as Mary's mother was Henry VIII's sister. They become rivals as Queens. Mary is so very interesting and entwined with the life of her cousin Queen Elizabeth I.

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