Stuart

The Stuart period of British history usually refers to the period between 1603 and 1714 and sometimes from 1371 in Scotland. Includes Jacobean era, Caroline era, English Civil War, The Protectorate or Interregnum, & the Restoration

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Girl on the Golden Coin: A Novel of Frances Stuart
The Girl in the Glass Tower
The Queen's Dwarf
A Want of Kindness: A Novel of Queen Anne
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Restoration
Forever Amber
The Darling Strumpet
Palindrome
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Royal Charles: Charles II and the Restoration
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Reckless (The House of Rohan, #2)
Girl on the Golden Coin: A Novel of Frances Stuart
Year of Wonders
The King's Daughter
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Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart
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Early Stuart Britain
95 books — 12 voters
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Maureen Johnson
It rang and it rand and it rang. I looked at the screen one last time, then at Stuart, and then I reached my arm back and threw the phone as hard as I could (sadly, not that far), and it vanished into the snow. The eight-year-olds, who were truly fascinated with our every move at this point, chased after it. 'Lost it,' I said. 'Whoops.
Maureen Johnson, Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances

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