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The Boleyn king

Author: Laura Andersen
Publisher: London : Ebury Press, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Just seventeen years old, Henry IX, known as William, is a king bound by the restraints of the regency yet anxious to prove himself. With the French threatening battle and the Catholics sowing the seeds of rebellion at home, William trusts only three people: his older sister Elizabeth; his best friend and loyal counselor, Dominic; and Minuette, a young orphan raised as a royal ward by William's mother, Anne Boleyn.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Historical fiction
Fiction
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Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Laura Andersen
ISBN: 9780091956486 009195648X
OCLC Number: 868077373
Description: 358 pages ; 20 cm
Contents: "What if Anne Boleyn had a son?" --
cover. -Just seventeen years old, Henry IX, known as William, is a king bound by the restraints of the regency yet anxious to prove himself. With the French threatening battle and the Catholics sowing the seeds of rebellion at home, William trusts only three people: his older sister Elizabeth; his best friend and loyal counselor, Dominic; and Minuette, a young orphan raised as a royal ward by William's mother, Anne Boleyn. Against a tide of secrets, betrayal, and murder, William finds himself fighting for the very soul of his kingdom, and for his right to marry for love not duty.
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Long live Henry IX! Just seventeen years old, King Henry IX, known as William, is anxious to prove himself. Against a tide of secrets, betrayal, and murder, William finds himself fighting for the  Read more...

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"Imaginative . . . an exciting, action-driven plot containing strong doses of both intrigue and romance... an original and entertaining read that's reminiscent of the best of Philippa Gregory" * Read more...

 
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