On October 18, 2011, Philippa Gregory published the latest in her cousin’s war series. THE LADY OF THE RIVERS is a portrait of Jacquetta Woodville, mother of Queen Elisabeth Woodville, and mother-in-law to King Edward IV of England. A tale about a remarkable woman who has been long neglected, the novel promises to be an interesting look at the role that sorcery played in the lives of the people of the fifteenth century, just before the witch hunts of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. To read more about Jacquetta, click here. To view the novel on Amazon, click here.
On October 18, 2011, I published my first novel, also set at the time of the Cousin’s War, more commonly known as the War of the Roses. THWARTED QUEEN is a story about another remarkable woman, a person who was almost the exact same age as Jacquetta. This person was the mother of Edward IV, and mother-in-law to Elisabeth Woodville. Cecylee Neville, Duchess of York is also not that well known, despite the fact that she wielded considerable power, albeit for a short amount of time. THWARTED QUEEN is a portrait of a woman trapped by power, a marriage undone by betrayal, and a king brought down by fear. To read more about Cecylee, click here. To view the novel on Amazon, click here.