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(Shakespeare’s Queens #2)

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The world knows Ophelia as Hamlet's troubled lover; but behind Shakespeare's tragedy stands a real woman: this is her story . . .

The second novel in the new historical fiction series from the bestselling author of the Queens of Conquest, Joanna Courtney's new trilogy unearths the real women behind Shakespeare's most infamous queens.
Paperback, 352 pages
Expected publication: September 5th 2019 by Piatkus
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My first literary accolade was a creative writing prize at primary school and from that point on I wanted to be a novelist. I was always reading as a child and often made up stories for my brother and sister on long car journeys. I was also a huge Enid Blyton fan and by ten I was writing my own (doubtless terrible) boarding school novels. Perhaps inevitably, I took my degree in English literature ...more

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