Time to take a sideways look at the bizarre and outrageous from throughout history - and it's all TRUE! Which mad cure involved swallowing live frogs? Which bad ruler had the most heads chopped off at the Tower of London? Which Tudor invention do we still use today to get rid of dangerous waste? Find out the answers to these questions inside, along with lots of facts, quizzes, and other bonkers stuff as you take a bumpy journey into the darkest crannies of Tudor history with Mad, Bad and Just Plain Dangerous!
This is Book 3 in the Edge: Mad, Bad and Just Series. See all Edge: Mad, Bad and Just books here.
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Born on the stroke of midnight in a little house in the ancient Roman town of Caesaromagus (Chelmsford), John grew up with a love of stories, the power of words and the magic of plays on the stage. John trained as a secondary school teacher and was first published in 1983. Oodles of years later, he became a full-time writer. He's well known for writing to enMore about John Townsend