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The Kings & Queens of Scotland

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One was stabbed to death in an attempted coup. Another was portrayed as a villain in one of Shakespeare's plays. They are among the kings and queens who ruled Scotland over the last nine hundred years. This engaging book reveals the personalities of the Scottish monarchy and notes the landmark events of each reign.

Meet Alexander III, who launched a successful bid to recov
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published December 31st 1999 by Cassell
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Nicholas Best grew up in Kenya and was educated there, in England and at Trinity College, Dublin. He served in the Grenadier Guards and worked as a journalist in London before becoming a full time author.
His first novel ('As a satire on military bigotry and shambling officialdom, Where were you at Waterloo? is in places as sharp as Waugh and sometimes better' - Times Literary Supplement) was wri
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