The Secret of the Virgin Queen: Cold Case - Reopened PDF


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  • 92 pages
  • The Secret of the Virgin Queen: Cold Case - Reopened (Historical True Crime)
  • Mark Garber
  • English
  • 07 March 2019

10 thoughts on “The Secret of the Virgin Queen: Cold Case - Reopened (Historical True Crime)

  1. Eleanor Eleanor says:

    CompellingI read the book this morning in a few hours, and I did indeed contemplate the image mentioned with considerable interest I have to say I was left speechless, it is most fascinating I will reread this several times and be dreaming of that face.


  2. Molly Molly says:

    It started out really good and excited me to the point where I want to readabout Queen Elizabeth I and her sister However, it took quite a weird turn and got a bit too cray cray for me Hopefully Mr Garber s next book won t be so humdrum and weird.


  3. Gregory Gregory says:

    Interesting ReadWhile not as well researched and factual as the first book, it still remained an interesting read I look forward to the next


  4. Bettye McKee Bettye McKee says:

    An interesting case study concerning Elizabeth IMark Garber has provided another interesting dissection of two rumors from the archives of history In his usual thorough manner, he examines the rumors and compares them with the facts to arrive at a conclusion.The first case concerns Bram Stoker s The Bisley Boy which suggests that Elizabeth died as a young girl and a substitute was made of a young boy.The second part looks at rumors that a teenage Elizabeth became pregnant by Thomas Seymour, C An interesting case study concerning Elizabeth IMark Garber has provided another interesting dissection of two rumors from the archives of history In his usual thorough manner, he examines the rumors and compares them with the facts to arrive at a conclusion.The first case concerns Bram Stoker s The Bisley Boy which suggests that Elizabeth died as a young girl and a substitute was made of a young boy.The second part looks at rumors that a teenage Elizabeth became pregnant by Thomas Seymour, Catherine Parr s husband following the death of Henry VIII.I must disagree with the author on one point A document states, There was a bruit of a child born and miserably destroyed, but could not be discovered whose it was and the author interprets it as a brute of a child However, I believe bruit should be interpreted as rumor There was a rumor of a child born and miserably destroyed.Mr Garber hints that there may be a forthcoming volume about the mysterious death of Amy Robsart I am already looking forward to reading it


  5. Kerry Kerry says:

    I read Garber s previous book on the Princes in the Tower, so I was eager to get my hands on this book The Secret of the Virgin Queen Cold Case Reopened is Garber s investigation into the long standing rumours that Elizabeth I had actually died and a boy was substituted to cover up her death In his efforts to determine the truth of this rumour, Garber lays the foundation for yet another possibility in her History No spoilers here you will have to read the book It is an interesting read, I read Garber s previous book on the Princes in the Tower, so I was eager to get my hands on this book The Secret of the Virgin Queen Cold Case Reopened is Garber s investigation into the long standing rumours that Elizabeth I had actually died and a boy was substituted to cover up her death In his efforts to determine the truth of this rumour, Garber lays the foundation for yet another possibility in her History No spoilers here you will have to read the book It is an interesting read, if a little hard to read at times when the Olde English text is inserted Thank goodness Garber interprets the meaning as it is a little perplexing at times Strongly recommend this if you like a good bit of historical mystery


  6. Jen Pattison Jen Pattison says:

    This is a very interesting read about a couple of rumours regarding Elizabeth I I can t remember if I had come across the legend of the Bisley Boy before, but it immediately raised for me a couple of doubts as to the truth of the legend, which the author addressed He does not mention though that an Adam s apple would have been visible for all to see, and Elizabeth only wore those high ruff collars late in life I was also struck by the portrait that the author suggests that readers look at It This is a very interesting read about a couple of rumours regarding Elizabeth I I can t remember if I had come across the legend of the Bisley Boy before, but it immediately raised for me a couple of doubts as to the truth of the legend, which the author addressed He does not mention though that an Adam s apple would have been visible for all to see, and Elizabeth only wore those high ruff collars late in life I was also struck by the portrait that the author suggests that readers look at It is an interesting examination from a policeman s viewpoint, though unless some incriminating documentation comes to light highly unlikely we will never know the truth I would have given the book five stars but it does need a good proofreading


  7. Joanie Joanie says:

    This was another entertaining book from author Mark Garber He does present a compelling case regarding the Virgin Queen s secret, particularly when one follows his directions at the very end I didn t feel that this story was as well done as his book on the Two Princes A part of the reason for that may have stemmed from the style, which he states up front is different from his first endeavor It just didn t seem quite as well organized his detective note style in the Two Princes Additiona This was another entertaining book from author Mark Garber He does present a compelling case regarding the Virgin Queen s secret, particularly when one follows his directions at the very end I didn t feel that this story was as well done as his book on the Two Princes A part of the reason for that may have stemmed from the style, which he states up front is different from his first endeavor It just didn t seem quite as well organized his detective note style in the Two Princes Additionally, this book had severalgrammatical errors, but not so many that it was difficult to discern the points he argued.All in all, it is an interesting look at Queen Elizabeth I that providesthan a little food for thought


  8. Mary Walterman Mary Walterman says:

    The Unvirgin Queen So glad to see another interesting read from this author He presents a logical theory of the reason why Elizabeth never married and had children I enjoyed this book a lot


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The Secret of the Virgin Queen: Cold Case - Reopened (Historical True Crime)[Download] ➾ The Secret of the Virgin Queen: Cold Case - Reopened (Historical True Crime) Author Mark Garber – Thomashillier.co.uk After receiving hundreds of requests for another book, the author of the best seller Cold Case Reopened The Princes in the Tower has finally put pen to paper again While researching another historical After receiving hundreds of requests for another book, of the PDF/EPUB ç the author of the best seller Cold Case Reopened The Princes in the Tower has finally put pen to paper again While researching another historical crime, ex police detective Mark Garber was struck by an old country legend relating to Elizabeth I, the daughter of Henry VIII and the last Tudor monarch This book details Mark s investigation into the legend It takes him through a nineteenth century publication that was authored by a very famous figure in literature As The Secret Epub / Mark investigates that theory, he discovers shocking details that the original author had completely misinterpreted that leads to a conclusion that historians seemed to have glossed over for centuries.


About the Author: Mark Garber

I m a former police officer who decided of the PDF/EPUB ç to write a book on leaving the force To be honest, I never wanted to be a writer, I was doing it as a project I thought my first book would be my last But as so many kind people have asked me to write another one, I am As a lover of history, I was drawn to the case of the Princes of the Tower Things are not as clear cut as they may first appear I now live The Secret Epub / in the village of Bakewell in Derbyshire, with my wife and our rather large St Bernard.