THE KING'S PEARL: Henry VIII and His Daughter Mary
Re-examines Mary Tudor's life during the reign of Henry VIII, and her complex, dramatic relationship with her father. Although Henry doted on Mary as a child and called her his "pearl of the world," her determination to side with her mother over the annulment hurt their relationship. Thomas points out, Mary was a gambler and she would risk all, including her life, to gain the throne. 16 pages of color illus.
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