Valhalla: A story of love and duty (Hardback)
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Valhalla: A story of love and duty (Hardback)

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Hardback 336 Pages / Published: 24/09/2020
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May of Teck, only daughter of a noble family fallen from grace, has been selected to marry the troublesome Prince Eddy, heir to the British throne. Submitting to the wishes of Queen Victoria and under pressure from her family, young May agrees. But just as a spark of love and devotion arises between the young couple, Prince Eddy dies of influenza. To her horror, May discovers she is to be married to the brother, Georgie, instead, a cold and domineering man. But what can she do? From the author of The Prince of Mirrors comes this gripping account of the life of Queen Mary, one of the most formidable queens of Britain.

Publisher: Fairlight Books
ISBN: 9781912054169
Number of pages: 336

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“Valhalla by Alan Robert Clark”

What a page-turner. I couldn’t wait to find out what she did next or which slings and arrows life would through at this all too compassionate and sensitive girl. Mr Clark has altered my opinion of this Royal who... More

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“Great exploration of Queen Mary's early life and how royal duty trumps freedom and love”

Valhalla: A story of love and duty by Alan Robert Clarke

My impression of Queen Mary has always been that of an imposing but austere, cold and rather forbidding figure, fixed in my mind as an elderly and severe... More

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“Who was Queen Mary and was she ever happy?”

Queen Mary was once known as May of Tec. She was born into royalty and her life was one of duty which was known from a young age. This novel tries to show May the person rather than the Queen she was to become. On... More

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