Sisters To The King: The Remarkable True Story Of Henry VIII's Sisters
by Maria Perry
- Biographies & Memoirs, Religious History, European History
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Margaret, Mary, and the Tudor reign
Much has been written about the six wives of Henry VIII, but his sisters, Margaret and Mary, were fare more prominent and fascinating figures in their own age. Maria Perry reveals their lives, loves, and profound influence on European history.
Margaret became Queen of Scotland at the age of 13, while Mary was married off to the aging king of France. Against convention, both chose their second husbands for love. Through her evocative portraits, Perry uncovers tantalizing new details about the Tudor age, from Henry’s upbringing to his wedding night to his illegitimate son, the Duke of Richmond.
Groundbreaking in depth and scope, Sisters to the King reveals two remarkable women as it radically alters our view of Henry VIII and Tudor history.
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|Release Date:||January 27, 2018|