Indiscretions of the Queen

by Jean Plaidy

Fawcett Book Group | January 8, 1990 | Mass Market Paperbound

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Jean Plaidy was a writer. The name is a pseudonym of Eleanor Alice Burford Hibbert. She was born in London on September 1, 1906. Most of the books written as Jean Plaidy are historical romances based on English history featuring historical figures. The first, Beyond the Blue Mountains, was published in 1947. Hibbert also wrote five nonfiction histories and two children's books. Besides Jean Plaidy, Hibbert wrote under Victoria Holt, Phillipa Carr, Elbur Ford, Kathleen Kellow, Ellalice Tate, and her maiden name, Eleanor Burford. Hibbert died on January 18, 1993.

Format: Mass Market Paperbound

Published: January 8, 1990

Publisher: Fawcett Book Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0449217795

ISBN - 13: 9780449217795

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Indiscretions of the Queen

Indiscretions of the Queen

by Jean Plaidy

Format: Mass Market Paperbound

Published: January 8, 1990

Publisher: Fawcett Book Group

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0449217795

ISBN - 13: 9780449217795

About the Author

Jean Plaidy was a writer. The name is a pseudonym of Eleanor Alice Burford Hibbert. She was born in London on September 1, 1906. Most of the books written as Jean Plaidy are historical romances based on English history featuring historical figures. The first, Beyond the Blue Mountains, was published in 1947. Hibbert also wrote five nonfiction histories and two children's books. Besides Jean Plaidy, Hibbert wrote under Victoria Holt, Phillipa Carr, Elbur Ford, Kathleen Kellow, Ellalice Tate, and her maiden name, Eleanor Burford. Hibbert died on January 18, 1993.