The Wedding Sisters

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Fearing the gallows a further 800 Protestants left the country, unable to return until her death. Tenenbaum discovered the kidnappings on the surface, and knew immediately where the girls were being taken, and what purpose they were to serve. Of course, I knew that she had to silence her voice and keep her writing secret during the months that Henry suspected her, and so I wanted something that would acknowledge his power over her.

Pages: 317

Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin (June 7, 2016)

ISBN: B018291M7A

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