A Dangerous Inheritance

A Dangerous Inheritance

A Novel of Tudor Rivals and the Secret of the Tower

eBook - 2012
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A tale inspired by the life of Lady Jane Gray's younger sister, Katherine, interweaves the tragic story of her imprisonment in the Tower of London with the fates of three other innocent political prisoners including Kate Plantagenet and boy princes Edward and Richard.
Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, c2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780345535948
0345535944
Characteristics: 1 online resource (307 p.) : geneal. tables.

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Minimartha25
Jan 29, 2015

Loved it! I'm a big fan of historical fiction and have stuck to Philippa Gregory in recent year but Weir does a fantastic job. I really couldn't put this one down. Well worth the read if you too are a British Monarchy history fan :)

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KarenW
Jan 21, 2013

Family skeletons should be left alone, but seldom are. And the search for truth behind the death of the little princes in the tower is woven together in this well researched tale. Flipping back and forth in time, two women named Kate participate in the turbulent times of their lives. While one witnesses the events of Richard III, the other nearly a century later, sees her sister become a pawn in the very dangerous game of power and who shall rule England.

ehbooklover Nov 11, 2012

A well researched, hard-to-put-down historical novel telling the stories of Katherine Grey, sister of Lady Jane Grey, and Kate Plantagenet, the illegitimate daughter of Richard III. Though these women are from different time periods, they are linked by their interest in solving the mystery of the Princes in the Tower and by the fact that they are both pawns in their family's power struggles for the throne.

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