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A Dangerous Inheritance - Alison Weir
A Dangerous Inheritance
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Format: hardcover
ISBN: 9780091926236 (0091926238)
Publisher: Hutchinson
Pages no: 515
Edition language: English
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Confuzzled Books
Confuzzled Books rated it
4.0 A Dangerous Inheritance: A Novel of Tudor Rivals and the Secret of the Tower (Thorndike Press Large Print Historical Fiction)
Two Katherines who only want to live happily ever after with their husbands but the royal family only sees them as a threat to the throne. Even though they are a century apart they still want the same. Whether this story is based on much fact I do not know. I do know it took me awhile to start en...
Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it
'A Dangerous Inheritance' is a story with definite potential. Unfortunately, Weir uses it as a platform to once again state her case for Richard III as the murderer of the Princes in the Tower. Yes, the case is well made, but she already wrote that book, right? I would have enjoyed this novel much m...
More of the Most Happy Reader
More of the Most Happy Reader rated it
4.0 A Dangerous Inheritance: A Novel of Tudor Rivals and the Secret of the Tower
And so I begin with the last novel I completed Alison Weir's A Dangerous Inheritance which was truly a page turner! Weir's chose to tell the story from the point of view of the illegitimate daughter of Richard III, Kate Plantagenet, and Katherine Grey, sister of the Lady Jane Grey and the great nie...
wealhtheow
wealhtheow rated it
Historical fiction about two royal Katherines: Richard III's baseborn daughter Katherine Plantagenet, and Henry VIII's grand-niece Katherine Grey. They lived several generations apart, yet there are similarities between them. Weir creates even more, inventing a love affair for Katherine Plantagene...
notemily
notemily rated it
Apparently having royal blood really sucks.Anything with the words "Princes in the Tower" somewhere in the description gets my attention, and I was interested right away in these intertwining stories of two women, one Richard III's illegitimate daughter and one a possible heir to the throne in Tudor...
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