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"One of our best popular historians...with an impressive scholarly pedigree in Tudor history" (Independent on Sunday)
"It is testament to Weir's artfulness and elegance as a writer that The Lady in the Tower remains fresh and suspenseful, even though the reader knows what's coming... One of the pleasures of The Lady in the Tower is that it invites the reader into the historiographical process as Weir's emphasis on primary sources allows us to evaluate them alongside her" (Independent)
"Weir...knows her sources well. She writes in an engaging way and adopts an even-handed approach" (Irish Times)
"This is vintage Weir: a thrilling episode of history superbly related and treated with penetrating analysis and a great dollop of common sense" (Jessie Childs Literary Review)
"The research is exhaustive... It would be hard to imagine a more thorough examination of any comparable historical issue... Weir is to be congratulated on her impartiality and sound judgement" (BBC History Magazine)
A compelling story of the last days of one of history's most charismatic, controversial and tragic heroines - Anne Boleyn.See all Product Description
Alison Weir's deeply researched, thorough and unsensational examination of the last 4 dramatic months in Queen Anne Boleyn's life is a page turning, illuminating and highly anxiety... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lady Fancifull
Comprehensive, thought provoking and well-written giving an interesting insight into the politics of the Tudor court and the fascinating Anne Boleyn.Published 2 months ago by P.M.
Alison Weir openly admits in this book that her interest in history began with the dramatic story of Anne Boleyn’s fall. Read morePublished 3 months ago by S Riaz
I have been looking for this book for a while now as i love anything to do with
Anne Boleyn,so this is perfect.
Excellent book. Better historical fiction than Philipa Gregory. Easier to read than Mantel. A very good account for Elizabeth I 's lack of a husband.Published 5 months ago by fiona lovell
I have a true fascination with Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, and even though I have really enjoyed some of Alison Weir's other books I was extremely disappointed by this one. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Ludovica Brienza