review: The King’s Confidante

The King’s Confidante by Jean Plaidy St. Thomas’s Eve, republished as The King’s Confidante, is a story of the life of Sir Thomas More – scholar, lawyer, councilor to the King and ultimately Chancellor, after the fall of Wosley. But most importantly to More, he was a loving husband and father, as well as father-figure to many. The story begins with More’s difficult decision to pursue a family life instead of becoming a monk — something he will continue to

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