Mary Queen of Scotland and the Isles

By Margaret George

Synopsis

An engrossing and painstakingly researched novel about an unforgettable heroine.

Margaret George’s Mary Queen of Scotland & the Isles brings to life the fascinating story of Mary, who became the Queen of Scots when she was only six days old. Raised in the glittering French court, returning to Scotland to rule as a Catholic monarch over a newly Protestant country, and executed like a criminal in Queen Elizabeth’s England, Queen Mary lived a life like no other, and Margaret George weaves the facts into a stunning work of historical fiction.

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Author Biography

Margaret George is the author of several best-selling novels, including The Autobiography of Henry VIII; Mary, Called Magdalene and, most recently, Elizabeth I. She travels widely to research her novels and lives with her husband in Madison, Wisconsin.