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Stars of Fortune by Cynthia Harnett
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Stars of Fortune (original 1956; edition 1990)

by Cynthia Harnett

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Title:Stars of Fortune
Authors:Cynthia Harnett
Info:Mammoth, 1990.
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In this gripping adventure story about Tudor England, the four eldest Washington children of Sulgrave Manor become involved in a secret plot to help young Princess Elizabeth, who is kept a virtual prisoner in nearby Woodstock by her elder sister Mary Tudor. Discovery would mean death on the scaffold to the Washington boys - but they are willing to risk everything to help the beautiful princess.
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In England in 1554 the four eldest Washington children (ancestors of George Washington) become involved in a secret plot to free the Princess Elizabeth who is imprisoned in a nearby castle.

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