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Here lies our sovereign lord

Author: Jean Plaidy; Terry Hayes Sales
Publisher: Toronto, Canadian National Institute for the Blind, 1995.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Charles II has returned to London and, determined to remain there as king, has adopted a frivolous life-style in hopes of disguising his connections with Louis XIV. Helping him maintain such an image are three women: actress Nell Gwyn, spy Louise de Keroualle, and the beautiful Hortense Mancini; and helping Charles remain king and maintain peace in the land are powerful men. But he is concerned about his  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Fiction
History
Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: &Lang.comp.Restricted;; &Lang.comp.to;; &Lang.comp.registered;; &Lang.comp.PRINT;; &Lang.comp.DISABLED;; &Lang.comp.patrons;
All Authors / Contributors: Jean Plaidy; Terry Hayes Sales
OCLC Number: 317839627
Notes: Read by Terry Hayes Sales.
Sequel to: Health unto His Majesty.
Followed by: Three crowns.
Male reader.
Description: 9 cassettes. 1 7/8 i.p.s. 13:30 hrs. monaural.

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Charles II has returned to London and, determined to remain there as king, has adopted a frivolous life-style in hopes of disguising his connections with Louis XIV. Helping him maintain such an image are three women: actress Nell Gwyn, spy Louise de Keroualle, and the beautiful Hortense Mancini; and helping Charles remain king and maintain peace in the land are powerful men. But he is concerned about his illegitimate son.

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