The Queen's Fool

The Queen's Fool

A Novel

Audiobook CD - 2005
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The Queen's Fool, set in England's Tudor period, tells the story of Hannah Green, a 14-year-old Jewish girl with the startling ability to foresee the future. Ostensibly serving as a fool for Queen Mary, Hannah is actually charged with spying on the queen's half-sister, Elizabeth. Embroiled in court intrigue, Hannah finds herself caught in a web of political maneuverings that threaten her budding romance with a lord and cast her life in peril.
Publisher: Prince Frederick, Md. : Recorded Books, p2005
ISBN: 9781419329937
Branch Call Number: CD F Gre
Additional Contributors: Amato, Bianca


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Jun 18, 2013

The first account I have ever read that gave a sympathetic light on Mary Tudor. Her humanity and the tragedy of her life as it may truly have been is explored--and the blindness induced by religion and the Holy Roman Catholic Church advisors is very well shown. This book sheds light on events of today. Very very good book.


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