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Barbara Kyle

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The Queen's Lady (2009)
language
English
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3.78 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: The Catholics are persecuting/killing the New Lutherans/Protestants/heretics....they both are killing the Anabaptists who in turn are killing all those they deem as "sinners" and that list is long. John Lennon's "Imagine" kept going thru my mind as I read the latter part of this ...
The Queen's Gamble (2011)
language
English
series
4.04 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: Barabara Kyle should be ranked right up there along with Elizabeth Chadwick and Philippa Gregory. She's an outstanding storyteller and it makes for a great read when her stories are based on historical fact. Rarely do I read ahead but with Kyle's books, I do find myself peeking. ...
The Queen's Captive (2010)
language
English
series
3.92 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: This historical novel had me hooked within the first few pages. Even when I realized it was not the first book in the Thornfield series (and the rest were in my library bag), I didn’t put it down but kept reading. Why? Because the heroine is a woman of a certain age. At the start...
A Aia da Rainha (2010)
language
English
series
3.79 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: A thrilling novel about intrigue during the reign of King Henry VIII. A great read for lovers of historical romance. Barbara Kyle has clearly researched the period thoroughly and brings out the religious issues between the Catholics and the Protestants very clearly. She completel...
A Dangerous Temptation (1994)
language
English
series
3.79 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I liked the idea of this book. The history isn't a disaster - so refreshing in a Tudor-era novel. Ms. Kyle can write engagingly, and I liked especially how she described some of the events the protagonist witnessed (her early recount of the apprentices' revolt is very well done)....
A Rainha Cativa (2000)
language
English
series
3.92 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: I love this series. The author cleverly melds fictional characters into historical events without altering too many known facts. I like how she explains her changes to history at the end of her books. It makes you want to believe the Thornleigh's were historical figures because ...
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