Montfort: The Viceroy -1243 to 1253

Montfort The Viceroy to King Henry cannot afford to lose so brilliant a military commander as Simon has become Making peace with him he sends Simon to bring the duchy of Gascony back under England s control But the Gascons

  • Title: Montfort: The Viceroy -1243 to 1253
  • Author: Katherine Ashe
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  • Page: 348
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  • King Henry cannot afford to lose so brilliant a military commander as Simon has become Making peace with him, he sends Simon to bring the duchy of Gascony back under England s control But the Gascons want their independence They persuade King Henry to recall the too effective Viceroy, and Simon stands trial for treason But is it for Gascony, or for his amour with the QKing Henry cannot afford to lose so brilliant a military commander as Simon has become Making peace with him, he sends Simon to bring the duchy of Gascony back under England s control But the Gascons want their independence They persuade King Henry to recall the too effective Viceroy, and Simon stands trial for treason But is it for Gascony, or for his amour with the Queen that he is standing trial High points many battles, early use of cannon in battle.

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    About “Katherine Ashe”

    1. Katherine Ashe

      Since embarking on writing MONTFORT, Katherine Ashe has written plays and screenplays on historical subjects from Columbus to the coal mining labor leader John Mitchell She lives in rural Pennsylvania with her husband, journalist and author Peter Wynne, and two dogs.

    988 thoughts on “Montfort: The Viceroy -1243 to 1253”

    1. This book is a 2012 B.R.A.G.Medallion Honoree- and honor that tells readers this books is well worth their time and money!



    2. Simon makes plans to go on the next crusade. King Henry has other plans for him though. Instead of going on the crusade as Simon wishes to, he’s sent to Gascony to bring order to the people there and collect all past due taxes. Others have tried and failed. If Simon fails, the people would not call him a hero anymore and the king would have a reason to get rid of Simon once and for all. Simon’s mentor and long-time friend Bishop Grosseteste is spreading word of a new kind of government, base [...]


    3. This book follows the first book, Montfort: The Early Years in the series that Ashe has written about Simon de Montfort, sometimes called the founder of Parliament. He was also brother-in-law to King Henry, and during this time span, he wanted to go back to the Holy Land to claim it from the Infidels and put it back how he had left it. Henry III had other plans and so Simon was sent to Gascony.Simon de Montfort is a fascinating character, and the author tells a good story. Although I will never [...]


    4. Scholarly and a page turnerI am grateful for the research Ashe put into this series. You can't know this period without knowing Montfort. Her notes are generous and helpful. I'm still not sure if Montfort's affair with the Queen and possible fathering of "Henry's" heirs is historically motivated or purely imaginary and I'd love to know. Anyone??


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