I have noticed that there are several biographies on Jane Grey: Alison Plowden’s “Nine days a queen”, Leanda de Lisle’s “Sisters who would be Queen”, Eric Ives’s “Lady Jane Grey: a Tudor mistery” and Alison Weir’s “Children of England”. Which one would you recommend to someone who hasn’t read anything on Jane and has a good level of English although is not mother tongue?

I would recommend Leanda de Lisle's "The Sisters Who Would Be Queen" and Eric Ives' "Lady Jane Grey: A Tudor Mystery" as they are accurate, very readable and also give full references and bibliographies.

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  1. Nicole says:

    I have read “innocent Traitor”: A Novel of Lady Jane Grey by alison weir and i like it!! but i also love Eric Ives’s ” Lady Jane Grey: a tudor mystery….Both great books, in my opinion!!!

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