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My enemy the Queen

Victoria Holt

My enemy the Queen

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  • 21 Currently reading

Published by G. K. Hall in Boston .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Knollys, Lettice -- Fiction,
    • Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 1533-1603 -- Fiction,
    • Nobility -- Great Britain -- Fiction,
    • Queens -- Great Britain -- Fiction,
    • Large type books,
    • Great Britain -- History -- Elizabeth, 1558-1603 -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      Published in large print

      StatementVictoria Holt [i.e. E. Hibbert].
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR6015.I3 M85 1978b
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. (748 p.) ;
      Number of Pages748
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4734861M
      ISBN 100816166382
      LC Control Number78024148

      The warlord of Scythia is not who she predicted and she questions what she has learned about him and his people. She's a survivor, yes. In the same context, she used the pseudonym Philippa Carr for family saga fiction. Knocked into the middle of next week His brainchild now consorts with the bad buys The sinker, clinkers, dogs and dregs, The Edsels of the world of moveable type, The bummers that no amount of hype could shift, The unbudgeable turkeys. All they do is sing her praises and I kind of just want to shake everyone until their brains fall out, especially Sam.

      Since this is the second time I have read it, I know now I truly enjoyed reading about Queen Elizabeth's first cousins. A Customer on Apr 25, This book is so good that it should be made into a movie. Quotes at the beginning of each chapter give the reader a capsule of what is to occur within. Everyone who knows something about Queen Elizabeth I knows that she loved a man named Robert Dudley, a man she gave great honors to and had known all her life. In later life, Hibbert took a world cruise every year.

      By Megan Kuethen on Jun 14, This is, by far, one of the best books, if not the best, I have ever, ever read. It's not one of her best, but Jean Plaidy fans will enjoy it and I'm not aware of any other novels about this individual. We'll never know. Henrietta Maria hailed from France, she now regrets marrying into the complex English fold and wishes to return home and live out the rest of her days in frivolous pleasure, without a care in the world. She published books, which sold 14 million copies before her demise. Swan, a London publisher.


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My enemy the Queen book

Like other works denoting fictional European royalty, the Queens of England series was published under the pen name Jean Plaidy. The cruise would take her to exotic destinations like Egypt and Australia, locations that she later incorporated into her novels.

I highly recommend the Jean Plaidy novel "A Favorite of the Queen", which covers the relationship between Elizabeth and Robert, in addition to this book.

A non-profit organization, Romance Writers of America awarded her for her notable and commendable effort of contributing to romance fiction.

Enemy's Queen

That was disappointing. When I finish one book I start on the next. From to she wrote five novels as Ellalice Tate, a pseudonym inspired by her mother's name, Alice Tate. The English political status quo tried to assassinate her several times but failed.

All in all an enjoyable read - not the greatest in the historical fiction genre, but worthwhile to learn more about the secondary players in the times of Elizabeth I.

Queens of England Series Queens of England is a serialized fictitious account of European monarchies. When she was quite young, her health forced her to be privately educated at home.

At all. Stories are mostly gothic romance with a little mystery and suspense thrown in.

Eleanor Hibbert

I truly enjoyed this book once I was able to put aside the personality of Lettice who outlives most of the key characters. Swan, a London publisher. Heath"Will you tell this author that there are glittering prizes ahead for those who can write as she does?

This a Jean Plaidy novel. She then worked for a jeweller in Hatton Gardenwhere she weighed gems and typed. She was a British author with nearly two hundred novels under her pseudo, Jean Plaidy. The queen forgave him but she never did, her Boleyn cousin.

Myself, My Enemy

Boy did this one need a hobby! Clive James. This love triange with Elizabeth, Lettice and the men they loved is the theme of My enemy the Queen book book.

And for that to be accomplished the carotid vein that was King Charles I had to be cut through, inevitably, regicide. Lord Robert might well have been Elizabeth's husband if he hadn't been married at the time she came to the throne, or if she hadn't become queen.

The line is completely blurred where one begins and the other ends. He is handsome, charismatic, and devilishly capable of extracting himself from the queen's anger. Whenever she goes on progress she stops to talk with them.

When Leicester dies, the Earl of Essex becomes the queen's favorite but he lacks the maturity and political acumen of Leicester which lead to his downfall. She created the pen name Philippa Carr later on in her writing life. By Megan Kuethen on Jun 14, This is, by far, one of the best books, if not the best, I have ever, ever read.

Chill the champagne and polish the crystal goblets! Most will also know that Anne Boleyn was her mother, and it was her cousin, Lettice Knollys, the daughter of Anne Boleyn's niece, who 'stole' married this great love of hers.

Totally arrogant, unyielding, a womanizer and royal disturber- this Earl totally enraptured the Queen.Buy My Enemy the Queen by Victoria Holt, Philippa Carr, Jean Plaidy, Eleanor Hibbert (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2). The original title of this book is Myself the Enemy. This would be much more appropriate. Queen Henrietta Maria was portrayed as highly self-centered and the cause of many of her own problems/5.

Nov 25,  · She was, according to this book, one of the most vibrant and influential people of the day. But she also made a terrible enemy of her queen, perhaps explaining why more people don't /5(36).

Get this from a library! My enemy the Queen. [Victoria Holt] -- Lettice was the constant spoiler in the triangle of love surrounding Elizabeth.

My Enemy the Queen Book Summary and Study Guide. Victoria Holt Booklist Victoria Holt Message Board. Detailed plot synopsis reviews of My Enemy the Queen; Lettice Knollys is Queen Elizabeth's cousin on her mother's side.

Introduced to court at a very young age, her taste for the high life overtakes her and greed and jealousy of the Queen's. Buy My Enemy the Queen by Victoria Holt, Jean Plaidy, Philippa Carr from Amazon's Fiction Books Store.

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