Ask Sir James

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  • Paperback
  • 315 pages
  • Ask Sir James
  • Michaela Reid
  • English
  • 07 April 2017
  • 190601115X

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10 thoughts on “Ask Sir James

  1. Tina Reitz says:

    Super interesting if you are interested in Queen Victoria later in life from the view point of her private physician.

  2. Dagmar1927 says:

    As a huge admirer of Queen Victoria, I was delighted to find a large number of books written about her intimates at court and this was probably my favourite of all of them I think that this has a lot to do with Sir John Reid, as he was undoubtedly a man with a great sense of humour and who led a very interesting life dealing n...

  3. Anna says:

    This book was very interesting and the writing is great, but most of theinteresting important information has been cited elsewhere in biographies studies of Queen Victoria or members of her family However, it was amazing to read Sir James Reid s journal in full describing Queen Victoria s last illness and death his writing is so vivid and to find out a lot of new information I had no idea how close the rela...

  4. Jim says:

    Queen Victoria is even nuttier than she s portrayed in the movies Her doctor makes house calls any time of day or night How intriguing

  5. Carol says:

    it took me two years to read this book, it was so detailed and so boring but I enjoyed the history of day to day life in the Royal Court of Queen Victoria