Tag Archives: Tudor

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 read more »

review: A Favorite of the Queen

A Favorite of the Queen by Jean Plaidy Also printed as Gay Lord Robert and Lord Robert The story begins with Robert Dudley’s father at the execution of his father, Edmund Dudley, who had been used as an example to the people that the new King Henry VIII would please his subjects. The elder Dudley read more »