Mary Queen of Scots: Film Tie-In: Unabridged edition

By John Guy, Read by Jan Cramer

Now a major film, this is a dramatic reinterpretation of the life of Mary Queen of Scots by one of the leading historians of this period.

Who was the real Mary Queen of Scots? The most enigmatic ruler of England lived a life of incredible drama and turmoil: crowned Queen of Scotland at nine months old, and Queen of France at sixteen years, she grew up in the crosshairs of Europe’s political battles to become Queen Elizabeth’s arch rival.

This audiobook tells the story of the fraught and dangerous relationship between these two women of incredible charisma and power – a relationship that began with both seeking a political settlement, but which led them down a path of danger, from which only one could emerge victorious.

Previously published as ‘My Heart is My Own’.

Author: John Guy
Format: Audio-Book
Release Date: 17 Jan 2019
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-834259-3
Detailed Edition: Unabridged edition
John Guy is an award-winning historian, whose books include A Daughter’s Love: Thomas and Margaret More, Elizabeth: The Forgotten Years, Thomas Becket, Henry VIII: The Quest for Fame and The Children of Henry VIII. He is also an accomplished broadcaster, who has presented and contributed to numerous documentaries for BBC2 and Channel 4, as well as appearing on BBC Radio\'s cultural programmes. He writes for a number of publications, including the Sunday Times and the Literary Review, and is a Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge.

”'A biography that reads as thrillingly as a detective story” - Miranda Seymour, Sunday Times

”'A masterpiece, full of fire and tragedy” - Amanda Foreman

'Rarely have first-class scholarship and first-class storytelling been so effectively combined' John Adamson, Daily Telegraph -