The King's Grace

The King's Grace

Book - 2009/03/10
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Grace Plantagenet, the illegitimate daughter of Edward IV, investigates a young man's claim that he is one of the princes who presumably died in the Tower at the hands of Richard III and now wants Henry VII's throne.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 2009/03/10
Edition: 1st Touchstone trade pbk. ed
ISBN: 9781416550457
1416550453
Branch Call Number: FICTION EASTER SMITH
Characteristics: xv, 584 p. : ill., map ; 24 cm

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rhuber6202 Jul 13, 2012

Loved this book! I love this time period in history, and to read about a woman I've never heard of was delightful - I like this author as much, if not more, than Phillippa Gregory.

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Oct 03, 2011

This is another excellent work by Anne Easter Smith. If you wish to follow events chronologically, you may want to start with her most recent work, Queen by Right, about Cecily Neville followed by Daughter of York about Margaret of York before you read The Kings Grace. The continuity between all of her works is exceptional though and as an aficionado of this era, I did not have difficulty following them out of order.

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