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Author Bogdan, D. L
Title Rivals in the tudor court [ebook] / D.L. Bogdan
Publisher New York : Kensington Books, 2011
Descript 1 online resource (302 p.)
Note Title from eBook information screen
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references (p. 298)
Note Includes a Reading group guide
Summary As Queen Catherine's maid and daughter of the Duke of Buckingham, the future seems bright for Elizabeth Stafford. But when her father gives her hand to Thomas Howard, third Duke of Norfolk, the spirited young woman must sacrifice all for duty. Yet Elizabeth is surprised by her passion for her powerful new husband. And when he takes on a mistress, she is determined to fight for her love and her honor... Naïve and vulnerable, Bess Holland is easily charmed by the Duke of Norfolk, doing his bidding in exchange for gifts and adoration. For years, she and Elizabeth compete for his affections. But they are mere spectators to an obsession neither can rival: Norfolk's quest to weave the Howard name into the royal bloodline. The women's loyalties are tested as his schemes unfold--among them the litigious marriage of his niece, Anne Boleyn, to King Henry the VIII. But in an age of ruthless beheadings, no self-serving motive goes unpunished--and Elizabeth and Bess will have to fight a force more sinister than the executioner's axe.
Subject Women -- England -- Social conditions -- 16th century. -- Fiction
Great Britain -- History -- Henry VIII, 1509-1547 -- Fiction
England -- Court and courtiers -- History -- 16th century -- Fiction
Genre Electronic books
Subject Downloadable file
Alt Author OverDrive, Inc
ISBN 9780758271877 (electronic bk.)
0758271875 (electronic bk.)

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