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In the first book she is on her way home on the S. This series is one that has been around for many years and is still enjoyed by students in grades 3-5. Anyway, the Hyksos grew in influence until they eventually took control of Egypt, which they ruled, with considerable cruelty and tyrrany during the Fifteenth Dynasty, beginning in 1670 B. They have been growing and multiplying ever since. Judy Turner, Cousin to the Queen: The Story of Lettice Knollys (1972), about Lettice Knollys, a first cousin of Queen Elizabeth, who had an affair with Elizabeth's favorite, the Earl of Leicester, and later married him; Judy Turner is a pen name used by author Judith Saxton, and editions of this novel have been published under both names; out of print and not readily available.

Pages: 320

Publisher: Pegasus Classics (May 7, 2013)


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