|aMy heart is my own : |bthe life of Mary Queen of Scots / |cJohn Guy.
|aLondon : |bFourth Estate, |c2009.
|axii, 574, 15 p.,  p. of plates : |bill. (some col.) ; |c20 cm.
|aThis book is a reinterpretation of the life of Mary, Queen of Scots. John Guy returns to the archives to explode the myths and correct the inaccuracies that surround this most fascinating monarch. He also explains a central mystery: why Mary would have consented to marry - only three months after the death of her second husband, Lord Darnley - the man who was said to be his killer, the Earl of Bothwell. He also solves, through careful re-examination of the Casket Letters, the secret behind Darnley's spectacular assassination at Kirk o'Field.