The Stuart period of British history usually refers to the period between 1603 and 1714 and sometimes from 1371 in Scotland. Includes Jacobean era, Caroline era, English Civil War, The Protectorate or Interregnum, & the Restoration

Forever Amber
Daughters of the Winter Queen: Four Remarkable Sisters, the Crown of Bohemia, and the Enduring Legacy of Mary, Queen of Scots
Royal Charles: Charles II and the Restoration
Queen Anne: The Politics of Passion
Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart
Year of Wonders
The King's Witch (Frances Gorges Trilogy, #1)
The Merry Monarch's Wife (Queens of England, #9)
Rebellion: The History of England from James I to the Glorious Revolution (The History of England, #3)
Cavalier: A Tale of Chivalry, Passion, and Great Houses
The King's Daughter
Stuart Little
The Darling Strumpet

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The White King: Charles I, Traitor, Murderer, Martyr
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Early Stuart Britain
105 books — 16 voters
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128 books — 74 voters

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Stewart Stafford
Sirrah, thou art a coarse and rough-hewn fellow but i fain noteth thy first name Stewart bears a pleasing w'rding and, thus, lurks a grise of gentle spirit about thy p'rson. Bemock all Stuarts and maketh this keeper of the estate our w'rthy guardian! ...more
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