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review Ñ Epitaph for Three Women 100 ☆ On the death of Henry the fifth a nine month old baby is made King of England Ambitious men surround the baby king including his two uncles the Dukes of Bedford and Gloucester Shrewd and clever Bedford seeks to uphold all his late brother had won and preserve it for young Henry the sixth Gloucester a man N of poor judgment greedy for wealth and power has other ideasIn Lancastrian England and war torn France there are three women whose lives are to have a marked effect on the future Katherine de Valois haunted by an unhappy childhood finds love in an unexpected uarter and founds the Tudor dynasty; Joan o. 25 starsRead the Joan of Arc story so many times its gotten tedious Katherine story was sweet at times but Eleanor was almost cartoonish An easy read but not Plaidy's best

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F Arc leaves her village pastures on the command of heavenly voices; and Eleanor of Gloucester is drawn into a murder plot and becomes the centre of a cause clbre Murder greed and ambition flourish alongside sacrifice dedication and courage These are turbulent times as the defeated become the victorious. This is the first of Jean Plaidy's works that I've read and I really like her story telling techniue Loved the pace and the minimal focus on long descriptions

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Epitaph for Three WomenOn the death of Henry the fifth a nine month old baby is made King of England Ambitious men surround the baby king including his two uncles the Dukes of Bedford and Gloucester Shrewd and clever Bedford seeks to uphold all his late brother had won and preserve it for young Henry the sixth Gloucester a ma. This book nicely fills in the historical period covered by the first Henry VI play; the time from the death of Henry V to the death of Gloucester and the marriage of Henry VI It does this by telling the story of three women Katherine of Valois Joan of Arc and Eleanor of Gloucester It was an engaging and interesting historical fiction covering a time before the Wars of the Roses that I didn't know much about