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My review of ‘Discovering Tudor London’ by Natalie Grueninger

‘Discovering Tudor London: A Journey Back in Time’ is the perfect companion for those wanting to explore the London that the Tudors would have known. The guide includes houses, halls, palaces, castles, churches, religious houses, museums and art galleries. The … Continue reading

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My review of ‘The Survival of the Princes in the Tower’ by Matthew Lewis

The Survival of the Princes in the Tower by Matthew Lewis ‘The Survival of the Princes in the Tower’ is a thoroughly researched and well-argued investigation of one of the great unsolved historical mysteries. In this detailed look at the … Continue reading

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My review of ‘Catherine of Aragon’ by Amy Licence…

Catherine of Aragon: An Intimate Life of Henry VIII’s True Wife by Amy Licence Licence’s biography of Catherine of Aragon is an incredibly well written and fascinating look at the Spanish Princess who became Queen of England. By exploring Katherine’s … Continue reading

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My review of ‘Catherine of Braganza: Charles II’s Restoration Queen’ by Sarah-Beth Watkins

This short biography of Catherine of Braganza is an interesting, straight forward and fast paced overview of the life of one of England’s less well known queens. Watkins clearly shows the difficulties faced by a Catholic Queen in a Protestant … Continue reading

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My review of ‘The Lives of Tudor Women’ by Elizabeth Norton

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