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Born and raised in the United States, SUSAN RONALD has lived in England for more than twenty-five years. She is the author of The Pirate Queen, The Sancy Blood Diamond, and France: Crossroads Of Europe. Ronald owns a film production company and is a screenwriter and film producer.

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Praise for HERETIC QUEEN "An illuminating portrait of the 25-year-old woman who led England through religious and political crises with diplomacy, vision and pure force of will." --"Kirkus Reviews" "A searing account of the dark underside of the Elizabethan golden age. Susan Ronald has written a devastating and important reminder of the long, hard road from religious strife to accommodation." --Amanda Foreman, "New York Times "bestselling author of "The World on Fire "and "The Duchess" "A triumph in an age when religion continues to be a matter of conflict" --Antonia Fraser, international bestselling author of "Marie Antoinette: The Journey" "This is compulsive, engaging and vivid history, and a long-overdue study of the religious settlement of Elizabeth I's reign, packed with eyewitness detail. Susan Ronald has the gift of making us feel we are there, caught up in the crises of faith that affected Elizabeth's subjects. In her capable hands, the drama of the English Reformation comes alive." --Alison Weir, bestselling author of "Mary, Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley" and "Mary Boleyn: The Mistress of Kings"


Praise for HERETIC QUEEN "An illuminating portrait of the 25-year-old woman who led England through religious and political crises with diplomacy, vision and pure force of will." --"Kirkus Reviews" "A searing account of the dark underside of the Elizabethan golden age. Susan Ronald has written a devastating and important reminder of the long, hard road from religious strife to accommodation." --Amanda Foreman, "New York Times "bestselling author of "The World on Fire "and "The Duchess" "A triumph in an age when religion continues to be a matter of conflict" --Antonia Fraser, international bestselling author of "Marie Antoinette: The Journey" "This is compulsive, engaging and vivid history, and a long-overdue study of the religious settlement of Elizabeth I's reign, packed with eyewitness detail. Susan Ronald has the gift of making us feel we are there, caught up in the crises of faith that affected Elizabeth's subjects. In her capable hands, the drama of the English Reformation comes alive." --Alison Weir, bestselling author of "Mary, Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley" and "Mary Boleyn: The Mistress of Kings"


An illuminating portrait of the 25-year-old woman who led England through religious and political crises with diplomacy, vision and pure force of will. "Kirkus Reviews" A searing account of the dark underside of the Elizabethan golden age. Susan Ronald has written a devastating and important reminder of the long, hard road from religious strife to accommodation. "Amanda Foreman, New York Times bestselling author of The World on Fire and The Duchess" A triumph in an age when religion continues to be a matter of conflict "Antonia Fraser, international bestselling author of Marie Antoinette: The Journey" This is compulsive, engaging and vivid history, and a long-overdue study of the religious settlement of Elizabeth I's reign, packed with eyewitness detail. Susan Ronald has the gift of making us feel we are there, caught up in the crises of faith that affected Elizabeth's subjects. In her capable hands, the drama of the English Reformation comes alive. "Alison Weir, bestselling author of Mary, Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley and Mary Boleyn: The Mistress of Kings""


"An illuminating portrait of the 25-year-old woman who led England through religious and political crises with diplomacy, vision and pure force of will." --Kirkus Reviews"A searing account of the dark underside of the Elizabethan golden age. Susan Ronald has written a devastating and important reminder of the long, hard road from religious strife to accommodation." --Amanda Foreman, New York Times bestselling author of The World on Fire and The Duchess"A triumph in an age when religion continues to be a matter of conflict" --Antonia Fraser, international bestselling author of Marie Antoinette: The Journey"This is compulsive, engaging and vivid history, and a long-overdue study of the religious settlement of Elizabeth I's reign, packed with eyewitness detail. Susan Ronald has the gift of making us feel we are there, caught up in the crises of faith that affected Elizabeth's subjects. In her capable hands, the drama of the English Reformation comes alive." --Alison Weir, bestselling author of Mary, Queen of Scots and the Murder of Lord Darnley and Mary Boleyn: The Mistress of Kings

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