The Uncrowned Queen

Available

Description

The thrilling climax to the trilogy that began with The Innocent and The Exiled brings Posie Graeme-Evans's bittersweet story of two lovers divided by the throne of England to its dramatic conclusion.

As England tears itself apart in the War of the Roses, Anne de Bohun lives far from the intrigues of cities and courts. Once King Edward IV's mistress, Anne has found safety with their son in Brugge. But now Edward himself is a hunted fugitive, and Anne's real father, King Henry VI, rules again from Westminster. Summoned by an enigmatic message from her lover, Anne is drawn once more to the passion, the excitement, and the deadly danger that Edward brings into her life. But now, the girl who was once a penniless servant has a child to protect and an inheritance to defend. Can she let her love for Edward threaten everything she has? Or will she need his help to protect her from the powerful enemy who means to destroy her?

Boasting an extraordinary heroine and intense, intersecting plots, The Uncrowned Queen is a dazzling and satisfying finale to Anne de Bohun's incredible story.

Product Details

Price
$28.99
Publisher
Atria Books
Publish Date
June 06, 2006
Pages
465
Dimensions
8.5 X 1.2 X 5.5 inches | 1.25 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780743443746
BISAC Categories:

Earn by promoting books

Earn money by sharing your favorite books through our Affiliate program.

Become an affiliate

About the Author

Posie Graeme-Evans is the author of several internationally bestselling novels, including The Dressmaker and The Island House. An Australian television producer in a former life, she has created and commissioned hundreds of programs for children and adults, including the worldwide smash hit McLeod's Daughters and the Daytime Emmy-nominated Hi-5.

Reviews

Filled with the sights, sounds, scents and passions of the era, brimming over with vivid historical details and teeming with remarkable characters, it is a sumptuous banquet fit for a king and those enamored of Philippa Gregory's recent novels. -- Romantic Times