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Her Highness, the Traitor
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Susan Higginbotham is the author of four historical novels. The Traitor's Wife is the winner of ForeWord magazine's 2005 Silver Award for historical fiction and was a Gold Medalist, Historical/Military Fiction, 2008 Independent Publisher Book Awards. Visit her at www.susanhigginbotham.com.

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"Higginbotham brings the court to life, including vividly described costumes and customs, while producing a fresh view of the people closest to the top in those turbulent times. Fans of her earlier work or that of Philippa Gregory will enjoy this story about the women of position in an age ruled almost entirely by men." - Booklist
"Higginbotham magnificently weaves together the events leading up to the disinheritance of two royal princesses and the coronation of a young girl more to devoted to books and prayer." - Fresh Fiction
"Higginbotham's idea of telling the story through the eyes of these women is a wonderful way of bringing these events and characters to life. You feel you're there with them and you cannot help but be moved by the events as they unfold." - The Tudor Book Reviews
"Overall, this was a great book with a unique story and I think any fan of historical fiction will enjoy it." - So Many Books, So Little Time
"I enjoyed this one. Definitely recommended." - Readin and Dreamin
"Along with historical accuracy, a swift-moving plot and little family details that any mother would remember and treasure, such as Lady Dudley's talking parrot and Lady Grey's dismay at her daughter's surprising lack of common sense, the novel includes characterizations at which this author excels. She takes the infamous villains of history and presents them as relatable human characters.

This book at times made me smile and then cry with the tragedy. I very much recommend it." - Historical Novels Review


"Susan Higginbotham is one of the best accessible historical fiction authors out there and will soon be well known for very enjoyable and well-researched novels." - Burton Book Review
"Author Susan Higginbotham's take on the tale is one of the most complete, most polished, and most well-told versions of the Jane Grey story I've ever read. Not only is Higginbothan an incredibly gifted writer and researcher, but her approach to the subject is unlike any others I've read. " - Diary of a Book Addict
"In Her Highness, the Traitor, Susan Higginbotham turns the story of Jane's short life into a fascinating novel." - Shelf Awareness
"I feel that the author did a very good job of making these women their own and really getting the reader to care about them. " - The Maiden's Court
"Susan's very true to her historical detail. I never fail to come away from one of her books having immensely enjoyed her writing, her story, and most of all that I've learned more about that vast world of history out there so thank you for that Susan!" - Peeking Between the Pages
"This is my first Susan Higginbotham novel, and I look forward to more of her historical narratives." - jaffareadstoo....
"Susan Higginbotham really managed to bring history to life with Her Highness, the Traitor and I loved seeing the 'villains' of history from another perspective." - The Broke and The Bookish
"The writing was engaging and like I said before, it was nice to see it through the eyes of these two women, who give the facts colour with their love for their husbands and children. Definitely recommended for historical fiction lovers like me!" - Between the Pages
"This is a story I would not only recommend to readers of this review but people I personally know and I plan on encouraging them to read this story. It's that good." - Long and Short Reviews
"This is the quick rise and quick fall of Jane Grey like it's never been depicted before - readers of Tudor historical fiction should download a copy before the day is much older!" - Open Letters Monthly
"Well written and engaging" - Tanzanite's Castle Full of Books
"This novel will be published in June of 2012. Add it to your TBR list! It's a must read. " - Layered Pages
"Susan Higginbotham's Her Highness, the Traitor, is what great historical fiction should always be." - PaperBack Swap Blog
"Fans of the era will enjoy this engaging entry filled with plenty of tidbits from the period between the two Tudor ruling giants." - The Midwest Book Review

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