a double dose of Plaidy in 2010

For A Queen's Love: The Story of the Royal Wives of Philip II (A Novel of the Tudors)

US Release Date:  March 2, 2010

No Synopsis available yet - I believe this was released as The Spanish Bridegroom.

They are also releasing A Favorite of the Queen:  The Story of Lord Robert Dudley and Elizabeth I (A Novel of the Tudors) on March 2, 2010.  I believe this was known as Gay Lord Robert.


As much as I love the Tudors, I wish they'd start re-releasing some of The Georgian or Queen Victoria series.

What about you?  What Jean Plaidy book would you like to see re-released?



  1. Now that I've started ordering Plaidy books from Book Depository, I'm going to have to be careful about these title changes!!


  2. I was thinking the same thing about the title changes and the book depository.

  3. I'd like to see her independant titles released, i.e. the ones not in a series, like Daughter of Satan, Milady Charlotte, A Tryptych of Poisoners, The King's Adventurer, etc. Most of the others you can get from either Three Rivers Press or The Book Depository. Last year I ordered the entire Georgian series from Thrift Books for $2 per book! They are mostly ugly ex-library copies though.

  4. Hi Amy, such a beautiful cover! But I agree with you and wish they'd start releasing The Georgian series (I already have the Queen Victoria series in the UK covers).

  5. I agree that they should re-release her other books instead of yet more Tudors. I don't think the publishers realize how burned out we all are!

  6. I'm excited!!! I love her books :)

    Thanks for the heads up on title changes!

  7. You are one of the bloggers that got me so psyched about Jean Plaidy that I bought several books by her plus her Victoria Holt's books but sadly I have yet to read any of them. I really need to get my stuff together and start reading her.

  8. I cannot stand the Title changes. With like 70 books to keep track of, why do we need more confusion??! I have the original versions of those listed.. and I agree with Arleigh: they need to re-issue the stand alone novels that are already more obscure. I finally found a Madame Du Barry for less than $6 recently, but that was after looking for it for a few months.

  9. Title changes drive me crazy too. Anyway, glad to see these being re-released.


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