By Robin Maxwell
Girl titans -- completely matched in guts, guile, and political genius. Elizabeth, queen of britain, has taken at the strong Spanish Armada and, in a beautiful sea conflict, vanquished it. yet her problems are faraway from over. simply around the western channel, her colony eire is embroiled in seething uprising, with the island's fierce, untamed extended family chieftains and their "wild Irish" fans refusing to bow to their English oppressors. Grace O'Malley -- infamous pirate, gunrunner, and "Mother of the Irish uprising" -- is on the middle of the clash. For years, she has fought opposed to the English stranglehold on her loved state. on the peak of the rebellion Grace takes an outrageous danger, crusing up the Thames to London for a face-to-face showdown along with her nemesis, the queen of britain. during this "enthralling historic fiction" (Publishers Weekly), Robin Maxwell masterfully brings to lifestyles those powerful and pugnacious girls on the way to inform the little-known yet an important saga of Elizabeth's Irish conflict.