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Also by Alison Weir:

Queens of the Conquest, October 2017
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Elizabeth of York, December 2013
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Mary Boleyn, October 2011
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Captive Queen, July 2010
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The Lady in the Tower, January 2010
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The Lady Elizabeth, November 2008
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Innocent Traitor, January 2008
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The Wars Of The Roses, July 1996
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Queens of the Conquest
Alison Weir

Ballantine Books
October 2017
On Sale: September 26, 2017
592 pages
ISBN: 1101966661
EAN: 9781101966662
Hardcover
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Historical

This epic book brings to vivid life five powerful Norman queens, from Matilda of Flanders, wife of William the Conqueror, to the Empress Matilda, mother to King Henry II, founder of the Plantagenet dynasty.

The lives of England’s medieval queens were packed with tragedy, betrayal, love, warfare, adultery and mystery—but their stories are obscured by centuries of myth and prejudice against these powerful women.

These Norman queens were actually more autonomous and influential than most later queens, since they actually participated in battles and led troops of their own. By joining her husband William the Conqueror in the battle to take control of England, Matilda of Flanders set a precedent for her female descendants to continue to ride onto the battlefield and maintain their own separate armies.

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