This is a volume based on Claire Ridgway's many articles and posts on the life and times of Anne Boleyn that were originally published on her website, theanneboleynfiles over a period of some years. It is wonderful to have so many of them in one place like this - as there's nothing quite like having a real book to dip into! The author is a tireless advocate and supporter of England's ill-fated queen - the main thrust of her argument having always been that Anne Boleyn herself was innocent of most, if not all, of the extravagant list of charges brought against her by the Council of Henry VIII in 1536. The charm, wit and enthusiasm of the writing and her unique, friendly style has won Claire many friends and supporters on the internet during the time she has been writing on this subject (and on Tudor times generally), and it is not difficult to understand why when reading her work. Recommended for anyone seeking an accessible and readable introduction to the Tudor political and social landscape and especially concerning the six wives of Henry VIII.