By Rachel Bard
"A Reed within the Wind" is the 3rd in Rachel Bard's trilogy approximately Plantagenet queens. The heroine of the 1st, "Queen and not using a Country," was once Berengaria, wed to Richard the Lionheart. the second one, "Isabella: Queen with out a Conscience," examines the beauteous, debatable Isabella of Angouleme, queen of King John, Joanna's more youthful brother. to analyze those 3 queens, the writer traveled to Spain, France, England, Cyprus, Sicily--and so will you, as you stick to their adventures on Kindle.
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A Reed in the Wind: Joanna Plantagenet, Queen of Sicily by Rachel Bard