Isabella and the strange death of Edward II

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Hvilken rolle spillede Isabella i begivenhederne omkring Edward II's død?.

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User Review  - wealhtheowwylfing - LibraryThing

Well written history book. Despite the prurient interest we have in Edward II’s life (was his relationship with his favorites sexual? Did Isabella join in? Etc.) and his death (did Isabella actually ... Read full review

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Conspiracy theorists, this book is for you. Start with the facts. King Edward II of England (ascended 1307) had a disastrous reign; he constantly fought with his barons, and he lost his war with ... Read full review

Contents

England under Edward I
1
A Fitting Marriage
11
Isabella and the Kings Favourite 3 5
35
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Mystery writer P. C. Doherty was born in Middlesborough, England. He is probably best known for the series which includes Ghostly Murders, A Tournament of Murders, A Tapestry of Murders, and An Ancient Evil. Other works include The Rose Demon, Satan's Fire, and The Devil's Hunt. Doherty also has published under the pen names of Paul Harding (The Nightingale Gallery) and Michael Clynes (The White Rose Murders).

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