Sep 082014
 
Review: Sisters of Treason

The appeal of historical Tudor fiction is the intense scheming. The political and personal plots are so intense and passionate, it’s hard to believe they have a basis in reality. But even when the actual stories are fiction, there is still a grain of truth in the events, and this is true of Sisters of Treason. A story about the sisters of Lady Jane Grey, two historical characters about which litle is known, this book creates a realistic image of them. It’s easy to feel sorry for Mary, a tiny woman with physical deformities, but her sister Catherine, is just […]