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At just six days old, Mary Stuart became Queen of Scots. At just six years old, she was betrothed to the Dauphin Francois, the future King of France. Reluctantly leaving Scotland, Mary is raised in the decadent French court in preparation for becoming the Queen of France. But her reign with Francois is short-lived.
Widowed at 18 years old, Mary is once again forced to leave her home to return to Scotland. Now a Catholic queen in a Protestant country, Mary must rule with caution and choose her next husband prudently...
©1964 Jean Plaidy (P)2008 Isis Publishing Ltd
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4 out of 5 stars
By Louise on 05-10-09

Really Enjoyed it

I really enjoyed this book. however i wish i had read this one first, then the "Captive Queen of Scots" which follows on straight away.
the naration is great, very easy and engaging way to learn about history.

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