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Queen Isabella : [treachury, adultery, and murder in medieval England] / Alison Weir.

Weir, Alison, 1951- (Author). Lecat, Lisette. (Narrator).
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Lincoln Heritage PL - Dale Main Library CD 942.03 WEI (Text) 70743000084045 Audiobooks on CD In transit -

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  • ISBN: 1419363069
  • ISBN: 9781419354809
  • ISBN: 1419354809
  • Physical Description: 18 audio discs (approximately 22hrs., 15 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
  • Publisher: Prince Frederick, MD 20678 : Recorded Books, [2005]

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Narrated by Lisette Lecat.
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No English queen has drawn more ire than the vilified Queen Isabella. A 12 year old French girl, she married Edward II in 1308 to forge peace between her native and adopted countries. But Edward preferred the company of his male courtiers and a frustrated Isabella eventually fled into the arms of Edward's greatest enemy, Baron Roger Mortimer. Together they raised an army, forced Edward to abdicate (and allegedly had him killed), and ruled England while Isabella's son was a minor.
Subject: Isabella, Queen, consort of Edward II, King of England, 1292-1358.
Great Britain > History > Edward II, 1307-1327 > Biography.
Queens > Great Britain > Biography.

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