The Queen's Lady

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About the Author

Joanna spent twenty-five years at the BBC writing and presenting for radio and television. Gripped by Shakespeare's historical plays, Joanna originally began researching King Henry V's 'fair Kate' as a schoolgirl and the story of Catherine de Valois and the birth of the Tudor dynasty went on to become her first Historical novel, The Agincourt Bride. Joanna is now an internationally bestselling novelist with a legion of fans around the globe. The Queen's Lady is her seventh novel. She is married with a large family and lives in Wiltshire, England.


Praise for The Queen's Lady:

'A stunning evocative novel which weaves together the personal and the political, immersing the reader in vivid historical detail. I was completely captivated.' Clare Marchant, author of The Queen's Spy

'Fascinating' Choice

'This well-researched novel draws you straight into the heart of this engaging story' My Weekly

Praise for Joanna Hickson:

'An intriguing tale, told with confidence' The Times

'A great tale... the golden thread that led to the crown of England' Conn Iggulden

'Bewitching ... the characters and the narrative work seamlessly together.' Woman & Home

'Evocative ... well-researched' Woman's Weekly

'Excellent' Carol McGrath author of The Handfasted Wife

'A great book... loving it!' Joanna Courtney, author of The Chosen Queen

'Rich and Warm' Sunday Express

'Colourful and vivid' Elizabeth Chadwick

'A big-hearted and engrossing novel.' Elizabeth Freemantle

'Thoroughly engrossing' The Lady

A gripping and emotional story' Woman

'I couldn't have been more riveted' For Winter Nights blog

'Well written, well researched and utterly captivating' 5*Netgalley review

'I found it very difficult to put down' 5*Netgalley review

'A most enjoyable read' 5*Netgalley review