In her inimitable fashion, Maureen Peters once again brings history to life. The story opens with twenty-five-year-old Elizabeth anxiously waiting at Hatfield House for news of Queen Mary's death. It follows her progress from her coronation and appointment of her Council to the arrest of Katherine Grey and the troubles brewing in Scotland. A colourful and sensitive portrayal of Queen Elizabeth as a woman with a dilemma, filled with jealousy, and with a train of deaths and executions in her family preying on her mind.
Used availability for Maureen Peters's Proud Bess
September 1990 : UK Hardback
July 1998 : UK Paperback
May 1991 : UK Audio Cassette