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Murder Most Royal (1949)
by Jean Plaidy
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0330201549, Paperback)At the decadent French court of King Francois, the young Anne Boleyn grows into an enigmatic and striking woman, a temptation to many courtiers. But whilst Anne's ambitions are high, she has learned from her sister's unfortunate reputation. Unlike Mary, Anne refuses to become even a King's mistress. So when Anne returns to the English court of Henry VIII, it is the King who is led a dance by this mysterious young beauty. Before long Henry is lured away from his stale marriage to Katharine of Aragon. But the new Queen Anne is not loved by the people, and it is only a matter of time before Henry's patience runs out...
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Rich historical details vividly capture the splendor, treachery, and intrigues of Tudor England in a novel that intertwines the stories of Anne Boleyn and her younger cousin, Catherine Howard, both of whom found tragedy as the wife of King Henry VIII.
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