The Bisley Boy

The Bisley Boy

Book - 1995
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Queen Elizabeth I was fond of saying that she had "the heart and stomach of a king", but to her grave she took the secret that she really was a man. When the young princess died as a child, her frightened attendants substituted for her a cousin, John Neville, with the same red hair and delicate features. Once the trick was played, there was no going back. The astonishing story of the boy from a Cotswold village who became England's greatest queen has been rumoured down the centuries, and is now recreated in the first person with Chris Hunt's inimitable style.
Publisher: London : Gay Men's Press, 1995
London : Gay Men's Press, 1995
ISBN: 9780854492213
Branch Call Number: AF HUNT


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