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Philippa Gregory - The Lady of the Rivers / Women of the Cousin's War

Thursday 15th September 2011 6:30pm - 7:30pm Kings Place Literary Event, Chargeable Event

Following her bestsellers, The White Queen and The Red Queen, Lady of the Rivers is the third in Philippa Gregory's 'Cousins' War' series following the fortunes of the women of the Plantaganet houses that ruled Britain before the Tudors. Philippa has also compiled Women of the Cousin's War, which provides a fascinating insight into the lives of these women and the events of the time, as well as exploring the gaps in the historical record. Join Philippa as she discusses her new books and explores the uncertain divide where historical fact and historical fiction meet.

Venue: Kings Place, 90 York Way, City of London N1 9AG

Tickets: £6.50. Please book online at www.kingsplace.co.uk or call 020 7520 1490

 

* Author picture (c) Johnny Ring

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