Series: Saga Estuardo

Works (10)

The Last of the Stuarts by Jean Plaidy
The Loves of Charles II (The Wandering Prince / A Health Unto His Majesty / Here Lies Our Sovereign Lord ) by Jean Plaidy
The Murder in the Tower by Jean Plaidylibro 1
A Health unto His Majesty by Jean Plaidylibro 2
The Wandering Prince by Jean Plaidylibro 3
Charles II (The murder in the tower / The wandering prince / A health unto His Majesty / Here lies our Sovereign Lord) by Jean Plaidy1-2-3-4
Here Lies our Sovereign Lord by Jean Plaidylibro 4
The Three Crowns by Jean Plaidylibro 5
The Haunted Sisters by Jean Plaidylibro 6
The Queen's Favourites by Jean Plaidylibro 7

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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