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At the Mercy of the Queen by Anne Clinard Barnhill
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Feb 06, 12

This is a good book. Drawn once more into the world of Anne Boleyn, I found myself rooting for Madge Shelton and for her innocence. It is rare to find a voice of innocence in the midst of the court of Henry VIII. Even as Madge falls deeper and deeper into the politics that surround her, she manages to hold onto herself and to her own hope for the future. I enjoyed this novel. I am a fan of innocence. Anne Barnhill's Madge reminded me a little of my own Alais.
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