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Published by Signet Eclipse in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Ephelia, -- fl. 1679 -- Fiction,
  • Rupert, -- Prince, Count Palatine, -- 1619-1682,
  • Charles -- I, -- King of England, -- 1600-1649 -- Fiction,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Civil War, 1642-1649 -- Fiction

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementCheryl Sawyer.
GenreFiction.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsPR9639.4.S29 W56 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination384 p. :
Number of Pages384
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23107422M
ISBN 100451220447
ISBN 109780451220448
LC Control Number2006029897
OCLC/WorldCa71312886

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The Winter Prince is a, memorable saga, moving across England, and even across the ocean, to illustrate the course of the war and the people fighting. This book is the first in the Terror and Awe: England’s Revolution series/5(7). the winter prince by Elizabeth E. Wein ‧ RELEASE DATE: Sept. 30, Books. Books; A Thousand Sisters; Cobalt Squadron; The Pearl Thief; Young Pilots Series. Young Pilots Series; White Eagles; Firebird; Black Dove, White Raven; Rose Under Fire; Code Name Verity; Lion Hunters Series. Lion Hunters Series; I. The Winter Prince; II. A Coalition of Lions; III. The Sunbird; IV. The Lion Hunter (Mark of Solomon 1) V.   In The Winter Prince, Cheryl Sawyer turns her research and writing skills to the tumultous years of the English Civil War. Her story focuses on Mary Villiers, Duchess of Richmond and Lennox, and Prince Rupert of Bohemia (also known as Rupert of the Rhine). As Charles I’s ward and nephew, both Mary and Rupert were close to the Stuart family.

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