Elizabeth: The Struggle for the Throne


Author: David Starkey

The legend of Elizabeth I, the untouchable, charismatic Virgin Queen, is a powerful and enduring one. Most biographies focus on the years of her reign, during which she proved herself as adept a ruler — and as shrewd an operator — as England had ever seen. But while the history of her rule is fascinating, the story of how her remarkable character was forged seems vital t….Read More

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