6 edition of The King"s Mistress found in the catalog.
by Arrow Books LTD
Written in English
"From childhood Alice Salisbury learned obedience in all things, so at the age of fourteen, she dutifully marries the man her father has chosen for her - at the cost of losing the love of her mother forever, as well as the family she holds dear. But merchant Janyn Perrers is a good and loving husband and Alice soon learns to enjoy her marriage. Her happiness is short-lived, however, ending when a messenger brings news of Janyn"s sudden disappearance. Alice discovers that her husband had many dangerous secrets, secrets which have now put a price on her own head and that of her beloved daughter. Brought under the protection of King Edward III and Queen Philippa, she must dutifully embrace her fate once more - as a virtual prisoner at Court. When the king singles her out for more than just royal patronage, she knows she has little choice but to accept his advances. But obeying the king brings with it many burdens as well as pleasures, as she forfeits her good name to keep her daughter free from harm. Still a young woman and guided by her intellect and good business sense, she uses her gifts as wisely as she can in order to ensure her family"s survival."--Provided by publisher.
|LC Classifications||PS3568.O198 K56 2010|
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|LC Control Number||2009053739|
"THE KING’S MISTRESS is a wonderful depiction of medieval life. In this well-written tale, Ms. Brisbin brings to life the dazzle of Henry's court and the everyday existence of the common people. Marguerite was brought up to believe she would be Henry's partner once he decided to remove his queen, so Marguerite's downfall was demoralizing and. Françoise de Montmorency (–6 December ), mistress –, maid of honour of Queen Margaret. She had one stillborn daughter with the king in She had one stillborn daughter with the king in
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"THE KING’S MISTRESS is an extraordinary novel, exquisitely detailed, epic in proportion, and as lush as the fabrics Emma Campion's Alice Perrers chooses for the queen." --Kate Emerson, author of Secrets of the Tudor Court: Between Two Queens/5(). Emma Campion is a pseudonym of the popular historical crime writer Candace Robb.
The King's Mistress & A Triple Knot grew out of the deep research for her Owen Archer series. The first is a biographical novel about Alice Perrers, the second about Joan of Kent, two fascinating women in the court of King Edward III/5.
The King's Mistress is Emma Campion's debut novel. She has read and researched medieval history for many years, having studied for a Ph.D in Medieval and Anglo-Saxon Literature. She also writes historical crime novels under the name of Candace Robb. She lives in Seattle/5(). Elizabeth Goldsmith's The King's Mistresses is a fast-paced yet serious, empathetic yet solidly researched, close look at the lives of the Mancini sisters, nieces of the famous Cardinal Mazarin who more or less ruled France for a generation during the minority of King Louis XIV/5(32).
Henrietta Howard, later Countess of Suffolk, was the long-term mistress and confidante of King George II/5(3). The Kings' Mistresses is the true tale of two sisters: Marie Mancini and her younger sister Hortense, the nieces of one of the most powerful men in seventeenth century France, Cardinal Mazarin (a protégé of The Kings Mistress book.
The book starts with the heroine being put aside by King Henry. However, his method of putting her aside is to marry her to a loyal subject. There are several issues that arise at this point. One, she is pregnant with the King's child/5.
Kings Mistress by Emma Campion available in Hardcover onalso read synopsis and reviews. History has not been kind The Kings Mistress book Alice Perrers, the notorious mistress of King Edward III. Scholars and Author: Emma Campion. Book Summary History has not been kind to Alice Perrers, the notorious mistress of King Edward III.
Scholars and contemporaries alike have deemed her a manipulative woman who used her great beauty and sensuality to take advantage of an aging and increasingly senile king. But who was the woman behind the scandal. In THE KING'S WHORE based on the novel by Jacques Tournier was made into a film by Italian director Alex originally ran minutes when I had the chance to see it abroad in unately,reviews for this film have always run the gamut because there are at least five different versions of it that run as low as 92 minutes depending on the country that /5(8).
The King's Mistress is an enormous book, in terms of both physical size and scope. Covering the period from to the s, this novel is the story of Alice Perrers, mistress to King Edward III.
Upon her marriage to Janyn Perrers, Alice finds that her husband has connections to the Dowager Queen Isabella, a woman who once incited rebellion against her 5/5(5). The King’s Mistress. History has not been kind to Alice Perrers, the notorious mistress of King Edward III.
Schol ars and contemporaries alike have deemed her a manipulative woman who used her great beauty and sensuality to take advantage of an aging and increasingly senile king. But who was the woman behind the scandal. "THE KING’S MISTRESS is an extraordinary novel, exquisitely detailed, epic in proportion, and as lush as the fabrics Emma Campion's Alice Perrers chooses for the queen." —Kate Emerson, author of Secrets of the Tudor Court: Between Two Queens/5(35).
The story of the 17th-century version of the Kardashian sisters, but with the added touch of brains, literacy and class.
Marie and Hortense Mancini were rebellious sisters who married well, fled their abusive husbands and spent the rest of their lives on the run, together or separately, soaking up the good life and turning their lives into international : Elizabeth Goldsmith.
Emma Campion is the author of the historical novels The King’s Mistress and A Triple Knot, both of which are set in the fourteenth century. She did her graduate work in medieval and Anglo-Saxon literature and is the world’s foremost scholar More about Emma Campion.
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FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your patience. Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. Book Edition: Original. “The Kings’ Mistresses” by Elizabeth C.
Goldsmith I love a good story about women pushing the boundaries in times past, especially when they are based on real people. The Kings’ Mistresses is the true tale of two sisters: Marie Mancini and her younger sister Hortense, the nieces of one of the most powerful men in seventeenth century.
The King's Mistress is Emma Campion's debut novel. She has read and researched medieval history for many years, having studied for a Ph.D in Medieval and Anglo-Saxon Literature.
She has read and researched medieval history for many years, having studied for a Ph.D in Medieval and Anglo-Saxon Literature/5(71). The King’s Mistress by Claudia Gold (Book Review) May 7, May 7, by CarolynHarris When the Elector of Hanover succeeded to the British throne as King George I inhe was not accompanied by a Queen but by two women whom the English public presumed to be his mistresses.
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Book Annex Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help Auto Suggestions are available once you type at least 3 letters. But on the other hand, I felt the book lacked a deep emotional dimension. Awarded three stars on Goodreads. To me, the protagonist Alice Perrers is a fascinating historical figure.
I believe she is the ONLY known mistress of England’s King Edward III () and usually gets a pretty bad wrap. Based on several contemporary historical.