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All the Queen's Men: Elizabeth I and Her Courtiers by Neville Williams
Amy Robsart-Marion de Lorme-Hernani-Irtamène by Victor Hugo
Amye Robsart and the Earl of Leycester. Memoirs and Correspondence of Sir Robert Dudley. A History of Kenilworth Castle. (Illustrated) by George Adlard
Bright Day Is Done (Coronet Books) by Judith Saxton
Conspiracy by Lady Grace Cavendish
Death and the Virgin Queen: Elizabeth I and the Dark Scandal That Rocked the Throne by Chris Skidmore
The Death of Amy Robsart by Cyril Hare
Dramas Burgraves, Amy Robsart, Torquemada by Victor Hugo
Elizabeth & Leicester: Power, Passion, Politics by Sarah GristwoodAmy Robsart Dudley
Elizabeth and Leicester by Elizabeth Jenkins
Elizabeth and Leicester by Milton Waldman
Elizabeth I by Anne SomersetAmy Robsart Dudley
Gay Lord Robert by Jean Plaidy
History Of Queen Elizabeth, Amy Robsart And The Earl Of Leicester: Being A Reprint Of Leycesters Commonwealth, 1641 by Frank J. Burgoyne
Kenilworth by Walter Scott
The Norfolk Miscellany by Pamela Brooks
The Queen and the Gypsy by Constance Heaven
Sweet Robin: A Biography of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester 1533-1588 by Derek Wilson
To Shield the Queen by Fiona Buckley
The Virgin's Lover by Philippa Gregory
With the Heart of a King: Elizabeth I of England, Philip II of Spain, and the Fight for a Nation's Soul and Crown by Benton Rain PattersonAmy Robsart Dudley

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Amy Robsart (1532–1560) was the first wife of Robert Dudley (later 1st Earl of Leicester), the childhood friend and favorite of Queen Elizabeth I. She never accompanied her husband to court. She is most famous for her death under mysterious circumstances at their country home.

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