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by Maureen Peters
Author: Maureen Peters
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; New edition edition (July 1971)
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Maureen Peters was married and divorced twice; she had a. .Katheryn, the Wanton Queen (1971) - on Catherine Howard. Her first novels set a high standard which has been maintained, even surpassed, with each new book.
Maureen Peters was married and divorced twice; she had a son and two daughters. She died on 8 April 2008. The Cloistered Flame (1971) - on Teresa of Ávila. Henry VIII and His Six Wives (1972) - a novelization of the Ian Thorne screenplay of the film. The Woodville Wench (published in US as The Queen Who Never Was) (1972) - on Elizabeth Woodville, consort of King Edward IV and The War of the Roses.
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Katheryn, The Wanton Queen is the heartfelt tale of Henry VIII's fifth wife. Never Miss Another Great Book. Free: Ryder – The Lost Breed MC. I’m not a good man.
Publisher:Ulverscroft Large Print Books.
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Katheryn, The Wanton Queen is the heartfelt tale of Henry VIII’s fifth wife. Maureen Peters was born in Caernarvon, North Wales. She was educated at grammar school and attended the University College of North Wales, Bangor, where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree and a diploma of Education. She taught disabled children before taking up writing under her own name and many pseudonyms. Peters has produced many books and contributed short stories to many magazines and her writing normally focuses on royalty, the War of the Roses and the Tudor period.
Katheryn, the Wanton Queen, Robert Hale (London, England), 1967 . In Library Journal D. E. Litt called Peters's biography "a valuable book for calling our attention to a notable woman.
Katheryn, the Wanton Queen, Robert Hale (London, England), 1967, Beagle (New York, NY), 1971. Mary, the Infamous Queen, Robert Hale (London, England), 1968, Beagle (New York, NY), 1971. Bride for King James, Robert Hale (London, England), 1968. Joan of the Lilies, Robert Hale (London, England), 1969. Maureen Peters is a prolific writer of historical romances, many of them set during the Tudor and Plantagenet periods of English history. The critic described Peters as "a thoughtful, sensitive biographer.
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