"'A thrilling and chilling story.' Sunday Telegraph 'At last we have the truth about Henry VIII's wives. This book is as reliable and scholarly as it is readable.' A.L. Rowse, Evening Standard 'An entertaining account of Henry VIII's complicated domestic history. It is full of interesting detail... Alison Weir's treatment of this perennially fascinating subject is a beguiling one.' Anne Somerset, London Review of Books"
Thoroughly researched and with a real understanding of the times these six fascinating women lived through, Alison Weir's book reveals a Tudor England where personal needs and private emotion could, and frequently did, override or influence national events.
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