Little Nell Gwyn grew up in a London slum. From a cockney sparrow quick with a curse and quicker with a laugh, she became the most successful comedy actress of her day. But despite the hard work necessary in the competitive theatrical world, she became the mistress first of a nobleman, next of the theatre's leading man, and finally of King Charles II himself. She left the stage after only six star years, but her beauty, wit and charm ensured that she would not be forgotten by her other lovers - the English.
Used availability for Judith Saxton's A Merry Mistress
April 2004 : UK Hardback
June 2003 : UK Hardback
December 2003 : UK Audio Cassette