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Margaret Douglas was at the centre of Tudor politics but her compelling life is not well-remembered

The Lost Tudor Princess: a Life of Margaret Douglas, Countess of Lennox

By Alison Weir

Jonathan Cape, £20, 560 pages, hardback

The pages of Tudor history are crowded with famous figures: Henry VIII, Anne Boleyn, Elizabeth I... Yet, leading historian Alison Weir argues, the life of a much less familiar character may be bound up with all of them. This ‘lost Tudor princess’, Margaret Douglas, was niece of Henry VIII, lady-in-waiting to his wives and an important political figure in her own right. But, as explored in Weir’s fascinating new book, Margaret’s central position did not guarantee her safety. This is a great account of an apparently familiar period, seen afresh through new eyes.

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