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Hey guys... Does anyone have any info on books about Lady Jane Grey? I shopped online on Barnes and Noble. They do have 2 copies of this book about is for $195 and the other $175. I don't think I can even afford one of these two books. Do you guys know any other booksa about her which is very informative? e-mail soon!!

-- Blue Light (, June 11, 2000


Try _Children of Henry VIII_ by Alison Weir. It is not all about Jane Grey, but there is good information in there about her.

-- Crystal (, June 12, 2000.

There is a book called "The Nine Days Queen" by Karleen Bradford. It starts at the death of Henry VIII and ends at Janes execution. even though it is fiction, it's very informative on the life and opinions of Jane herself and it's actually extremely historically accurate.

-- $Sarah$ (, June 16, 2000.

There is a very informative book called Lady Jane Grey by Alison Plowden. I bought it at for $19.

-- marie (, August 30, 2000.

The book Marie mentioned is definately the most reliable source. I have almost completed mine. Keep in touch and I will forward you a copy when published. Peter.

-- Peter Carroll (, October 03, 2000.

Check out, they should have some. My school library has a lot of books related to Jane, which I borrow frequently, so maybe you would want to check out your local library and see if they are willing to sell.

-- Lindsay Makos (, October 11, 2000.

Unfortunately, proper books on the subject are quite few and far between. I find far more on Mary Tudor Brandon and almost nothing on Frances. There is an admirable, albeit short, piece in the Collins Gem publication "Kings and Queens", four pounds 99 in the UK and $7.95 in the US. Although Jane is not made mention of as a primary monarch, there is a page devoted to her. The ISBN is 0-00-472295-7 and it can be found at Borders Books.

Best of luck.

-- Kitsa (, December 17, 2000.

Just look around this site. There is tons of info on the subject here.

-- Alicia Ann (, August 29, 2001.

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