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The three crowns: the Stuart saga 5 editions

The three crowns
Victoria Holt
About the Book

n post-Restoration England, King Charles II has fathered numerous bastards, but not a single legitimate heir. Because of this, his brother, James, Duke of York, is heir-presumptive to the thrones of England, Scotland, and Ireland—the three crowns of Britain. But James’s devout Catholicism, and desire to return Britain to the rule of Rome, does not sit well with his subjects and his time as king is sure to be short.
Raised under the Protestant guardianship of her uncle King Charles, James’s daughter Mary finds herself at fifteen facing a marriage to the Dutch and Protestant William of Orange, long prophesied to be destined for the throne. But can she follow her calling to rule Britain without losing the love of her father?

5 editions First published in 1965

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Cover of: The Three Crowns
The Three Crowns
March 1, 1977, Putnam Adult
in English
Cover of: The three crowns
The three crowns
1965, Hale
in English
Cover of: The three crowns
The three crowns: the Stuart saga
1965, Putnam
in English
Cover of: The three crowns
The three crowns
1965, Putnam
in English
Cover of: The three crowns [Book].
The three crowns [Book].
1965, Hale
in Undetermined

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