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Tudor Chronicles: Prince of Rags and Patches | [Terry Deary]

Tudor Chronicles: Prince of Rags and Patches

It is 1601 and Queen Elizabeth I is dying. Will Marsden lives in Marsden Manor in the north of England. Will is training to be a knight and listens avidly to the true tales of adventure and intrigue told by the family every night around the roaring fire. When a visitor arrives bearing letters from the dying Queen to James VI of Scotland and a body is found in the woods soon after, Will sets out to find the murderer, helped by Meg, the quick-witted serving girl.
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It is 1601 and Queen Elizabeth I is dying. Will Marsden lives in Marsden Manor in the north of England. Will is training to be a knight and listens avidly to the true tales of adventure and intrigue told by the family every night around the roaring fire. When a visitor arrives bearing letters from the dying Queen to James VI of Scotland and a body is found in the woods soon after, Will sets out to find the murderer, helped by Meg, the quick-witted serving girl.

Great Uncle George’s tale of the disappearance of the Princes in the Tower over a hundred years ago provides Will with a vital clue....

Terry Deary combines terrific storytelling with historical accuracy in this exciting tale of life in Elizabethan times, read by Terrence Hardiman.

©1997 Terry Deary (P)2012 AudioGO Ltd

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