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‘The York Princesses’ Interview with Sarah J Hodder

Sarah J Hodder’s is the author of ‘The Queen’s Sisters: The Lives of the Sisters of Elizabeth Woodville’ which was published by Chronos Books in March 2020. Sarah’s latest book, ‘The York Princesses: The Daughters of Edward IV and Elizabeth … Continue reading

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My review of ‘The York Princesses: The daughters of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville’ by Sarah J Hodder

The daughters of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville were once destined to be the Queens of France, Scotland, Spain, and Archduchess of Austria. But following the death of their father, the disappearance of their brothers and being declared illegitimate during … Continue reading

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‘As a collective, the lives of the Princesses of York span across seven decades and the rule of five different Kings. The daughters of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, they were born into an England that had been ruled over … Continue reading

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‘The Queen’s Sisters: The Lives of the Sisters of Elizabeth Woodville’ Interview with Sarah J Hodder

Sarah J Hodder’s first book, ‘The Queen’s Sisters: The Lives of the Sisters of Elizabeth Woodville’ was published by Chronos Books in March. Buy ‘The Queen’s Sisters’: Amazon.co.uk Chronos Books Follow Sarah on Social Media Twitter: @srhjyn8 Website: Under The … Continue reading

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My review of ‘The Queen’s Sisters: The Lives of the Sisters of Elizabeth Woodville’ by Sarah J Hodder

‘The Queen’s Sisters’ is a strong debut by Sarah J Hodder. Her passion for the subject of the Woodville sisters is clear to behold, as she rescues them from the shadow of their sister, the Queen consort of Edward IV. … Continue reading

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