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Barcode30293101987811
StatusChecked Out
LocationClark County
Call NoF Weir
TitleThe last white rose : a novel of Elizabeth of York (Tudor Rose bk. 1) / Alison Weir.
AuthorWeir, Alison, 1951- author.
CollectionF
Total Circ1
NumReserves0
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StatusLocationBarcodeCall NoCreated OnIssue NameCirc StatusTemp Loc
Checked OutClark County30293101987811F Weir5/9/2022 Due on 6/8/2022Clark County

Catalog Details

International Standard Book Number 9780593355046 (ebook)
International Standard Book Number 9780593355039 (hardcover) :
International Standard Book Number 0593355032 :
Personal Name Weir, Alison, 1951- author.
Title Statement The last white rose : a novel of Elizabeth of York (Tudor Rose bk. 1) / Alison Weir.
Edition Statement First Edition.
Production, Publication, Distribution, Manufacture, and Copyright Notice New York : Ballantine Books, 2022.
Physical Description 526 pages : genealogical table ; 25 cm.
Series Statement Tudor Rose ; bk. 01
Summary, Etc. "Elizabeth of York is the oldest daughter of King Edward IV. Flame-haired, beautiful, and sweet-natured, she is adored by her family; yet her life is suddenly disrupted when her beloved father dies in the prime of life. Her uncle, the notorious Richard III, takes advantage of King Edward's death to grab the throne and imprison Elizabeth's two younger brothers, the rightful royal heirs. Forever afterwards known as the princes in the tower, the boys are never seen again. On the heels of this tragedy, Elizabeth is subjected to Richard's overtures to make her his wife, further legitimizing his claim to the throne. King Richard has murdered her brothers, yet she is obliged to accept his proposal. As if in a fairy tale, Elizabeth is saved by Henry Tudor, who challenges Richard and kills him in the legendary Battle of Bosworth Field. In recognition of his victory, Henry becomes king and asks Elizabeth to be his wife, the first queen of the Tudor line. The marriage is happy and fruitful, not only uniting the warring houses of Lancaster and York--the red and white roses--but resulting in four surviving children, one of whom, Henry VIII, will rule the country for the next thirty-six years."-- Provided by publisher.
Subject-Personal Name Elizabeth, Queen, consort of Henry VII, King of England, 1465-1503 Fiction.
Subject-Personal Name Henry VII, King of England, 1457-1509. Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Kings and rulers Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Queens Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Topical Term Monarchy Fiction.
Subject Added Entry - Geographical Term Great Britain History Lancaster and York, 1399-1485 Fiction.
Index Term-Genre/Form Historical fiction.
Index Term-Genre/Form Biographical fiction.

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