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By Margaret George

She was once a toddler topped a queen....
A sinner hailed as a saint....
A lover denounced as a whore...
A girl murdered for her dreams...

Margaret George's Mary Queen of Scotland & the Isles brings to existence the interesting tale of Mary, who turned the Queen of Scots whilst she was once simply six days previous. Raised within the glittering French courtroom, returning to Scotland to rule as a Catholic monarch over a newly Protestant kingdom, and done like a legal in Queen Elizabeth's England, Queen Mary lived a realistic no different, and Margaret George weaves the evidence right into a gorgeous paintings of ancient fiction.

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