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Elizabeth of York – A Tudor Queen and Her World by Alison Weir

This is a biography of the wife of Henry VII, if it was not for her we would not have had everyone’s favourite medieval psychopath Henry VIII, or of course, the Church of England, or Elizabeth I. Actually, all of … Continue reading

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The King’s Curse by Philippa Gregory

Philippa Gregory writes books about women. So, I was unsure of what to think about her new book about the middle ages’ best-known murdering nutcase misogynist tyrant, Henry VIII. It turns out that it is not quite about him, it … Continue reading

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A Dangerous Inheritance by Alison Weir

This novel has two heroines, living around 80 years apart. Their stories are slightly alike because they are both women who met an unfortunate end due to their royal blood. Read the review here.

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