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Will we ever know...,
This review is from: The Anne Boleyn Collection - The Real Truth about the Tudors (Kindle Edition)
"The Real Truth....." but only as the author sees it; and that does not make her opinion a factual account of Anne Boleyn's life and times. As the author says, often, we may never know etc etc.
The book is quite simply a collection of blogposts from her website, and quotes from other, more academic, reasoning books by, e.g. Eric Ives and Alison Weir.
One more thing. An awful lot of print is dedicated to tearing apart a work of historical fiction, The Other Boleyn Girl" by Phillipa Gregory. That there are questionable actions in the story is well known...but surely to spend forever repeating "it's not so" followed by "!!!!!!!!" lends "The Real Truth" an air of footstamping tirade.
I obtained this book through Kindle for free. Had I paid ¬£8 for it, I, too, would have had a footstamping tirade-but not about Phillipa Gregory!