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Elizabeth I by Charlotte Moore
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Her father murdered her mother and sent her away to live as a virtual prisoner with a distant relative. Then her sister became queen and tried to kill her. Its a miracle that poor Elizabeth turned out as well as she did. Not only did she bring peace and stability to a suffering people, she turned England from an insignificant little island into the most glorious and powerful country in Europe. But, terrified that her power might fall into the wrong hands, Elizabeth steadfastly refused to marry as far as she concerned husbands meant only one thing: trouble!

Author Biography

Charlotte Moores latest book, George and Sam (Penguin), tells of life with her two autistic sons. She is also the author of several novels, and one other book for children, a biography of Florence Nightingale for the WHO WAS series. She lives in East Sussex.
Release date NZ
February 17th, 2005
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Short Books Ltd
Pages
160
ISBN-13
9781904977094
Product ID
1828858

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