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I got the audio book through Audible. It was pretty boring in places, and I found myself cringing in certain bits too (Anne being sent as a servant, the love scenes) etc. It had so much potential, but wasn't great. A couple of times it did pick up, but I found Anne to be a simpering twit, and found myself not liking her. On to Sharon Penman....
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Initial post: 12 Jun 2014 14:59:18 BDT
Anne WAS concealed as a kitchen maid according to the Crowland Chronicler, who wrote about Richard around 1483-1485 and is used as one of the contemporary sources by later historians such as Paul Murray Kendall. Sharon Penman describes the same episode, only chooses to have Anne be an active player of her escape from George's custody instead of George sending her away to hide her from his brother's love suit. "There are more things in heaven and earth, than are dreamt of in your philosophy"
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