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People/Characters: Frances Howard

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1603: The Death of Queen Elizabeth I, the Return of the Black Plague, the Rise of Shakespeare, Piracy, Witchcraft, and the Birth of the Stuart Era by Christopher Leeas Countess of Essex
Elizabeth and Leicester by Milton Waldman
Green Tarts [short story] by Deryn LakeFrances Carr, Countess of Somerset
Hell Hath No Fury: Famous Women in Crime by Betty Nygaard King
Love, lust, and license in early modern England : illicit sex and the nobility by Johanna Rickman
The Murder in the Tower by Jean Plaidy
Playgoing in Shakespeare's London by Andrew Gurras Countess of Essex
Six Criminal Women by Elizabeth Jenkins
The Trials of Frances Howard: Fact and Fiction at the Court of King James by David LindleyFrances Carr, Countess of Somerset
Unnatural Murder : Poison at the Court of James I by Anne SomersetFrances Carr, Countess of Somerset
The World's Wickedest Women by Margaret Nicholas

Character description

Frances Howard, later Carr (1590-1632), Countess of Somerset, was involved in a sensational 17th-century English scandal. See also description for Frances Carr, Countess of Somerset.
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