Queen of Trial and Sorrow

Genre: Historical Fiction

For Fans Of

Susan Higginbotham Sharon Kay Penman Philippa Gregory

Book Summary

Elizabeth Woodville, mother of the Princes in the Tower, was a beautiful but impoverished widow with 2 sons and no prospects until a young man rode into her life and swept her off her feet. He was Edward IV, King of England. Theirs was a happy marriage until the king died unexpectedly when Elizabeth found herself unable to protect her family from the man she should have been able to trust above all others.


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This review is from: Queen of Trial and Sorrow (Kindle Edition)
We are proud to announce that QUEEN OF TRIAL AND SORROW by Susan Appleyard is a B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree. This tells a reader that this book is well worth their time and money!

About the Author

I was born in England which is where I learned to love English history. As a historical novelist, I am able to combine my two loves, and I now have 2 books traditionally published and six self-published as ebooks. I am fortunate to be able to spend half of the year in Mexico, with sun and sea and Margaritas on the beach, and the other half in Ontario with my family.

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