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The Royal Road to Fotheringhay Stuart Saga #1; Mary Stuart #1He would become not only ueen of Scotland but ueen of France as well But Mary’s happiness was short lived Her husband always sickly died after only two years on the throne and there was no place for Mary in the court of the new king At the age of twenty she returned to Scotland a place she barely knew Once home the ueen of Scots discovered she was a stranger in her own country She spoke only French and was a devout Catholic in a land of stern Presbyterians Her nation was controlled by a uarrelsome group of lords including her illegitimate half brother the Earl of Moray and by John Knox a fire and brimstone Calvinist preach It is the story of Mary Stuart ueen of Scots as she is brought up in the Frenc

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Er who denounced the young ueen as a Papist and a whore Mary eventually remarried hoping to find a loving ally in the Scottish Lord Darnley But Darnley proved violent and untrustworthy When he died mysteriously suspicion fell on Mary In haste she married Lord Bothwell the prime suspect in her husband’s murder a move that outraged all of Scotland When her nobles rose against her the disgraced ueen of Scots fled to England hoping to be taken in by her cousin Elizabeth I But Mary’s flight from Scotland led not to safety but to Fotheringhay Castle“Plaidy excels at blending history with romance and drama” New York Times Jean Plaidy reveals her steadfast grasp of historical storytelling in this eng

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