Item description for Mary Queen of Scots: A Spiritual Biography (Lives And Legacies) by Carol Schaefer...
Mary Queen of Scots was reviled as traitor to her country and schemer against the life of Queen Elizabeth, and savaged by her contemporaries. Carol Schaeffer's intimate biography takes us inside the mind of the young leader, from her court intrigues, intense passions, and loveless marriages to her martyr's death at the executioner's hand.
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Studio: Crossroad 8th Avenue
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.78" Height: 0.73" Weight: 0.77 lbs.
Release Date Apr 30, 2002
Publisher Crossroad 8th Avenue
Series Lives And Legacies
ISBN 0824519477 ISBN13 9780824519476
Availability 0 units.
More About Carol Schaefer
Carol Schaefer is a writer, editor, journalist, and photographer who has appeared on Good Morning America, CNN, and MSNBC. She is the author of The Other Mother, and she lives in New York City.
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Mary Queen of Scots by Carol Schaefer Sep 24, 2002
Mary Queen of Scots by Carol SCcaefer was a great find. This wonderful book tells an epic tale. The intimate style of storytelling kept me turning the pages. Carol Schaefer's skillful weaving of fact and fiction allowed me to harbor a secret wish that all would go well for the remarkable and doomed heroine. The dusty historical facts I had so often read in shcool came to life with the use of such lyrical language, language fit for a queen. I recommend this book as a perfect gift for friends and family. A discerning reader will appreciate this book by a gifted writer. I await Carol Schaefer's next contribution to the literary world.
Mary Queen of Scots by Carol Schaefer Jun 5, 2002
My eyes grew big as I read. Carol Schaefer's eloquent language, combined with an "at the edge of your seat" story-line, gave me chills. I never knew reading a biography could be this entralling.