|The Story of Margaret, Princess of England, Queen of Scotland Jean Plaidy. the |
imagination of his people, even as Henry VIII of England had his. Both these
Kings were young, handsome, and lusty; and they had succeeded misers.
|The story of the homesick Italian girl who became the most feared woman in sixteenth-century France.|
|But history is seldom what it seems, and in the hands of beloved author Jean Plaidy, we hear another side to the story of Philip II—the most powerful of kings who was at once fanatic, murderer, husband, father, and lover.|