The Young Elizabeth. Now in favour, now out. Accepted by three step-mothers, a thorn in the conscience of her father, King henry VIII. From the age of eight, the mercurial young Elizabeth found royal courts were dangerous places if one wanted to keep a head on one's shoulders. As she grew up, so did the dangers surrounding her increase. Elizabeth knew that one false step could lead to Traitor's Gate and the block.
Used availability for Jean Plaidy's The Young Elizabeth
January 1972 : UK Paperback