Lucy Worsley is a British historian, curator and novelist and, for many, the face of popular television history. Appointed Chief Curator for Historic Royal Palaces in 2003 her literary output is littered with her trademark wit and informality. Works such as If Walls Could Talk and A Very English Murder reflect a fascination for social history from the Georgian period onwards, whilst her period novels for Young Adults bring Elizabethan and Victorian England alive for a whole new readership. Her latest book is Queen Victoria: Daughter, Wife, Mother, Widow.
History Books by Lucy Worsley
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