Which are the best fiction and non-fiction books about Jane Grey

The best non-fiction books are "The Sisters Who Would be Queen" by Leanda de Lisle and "Lady Jane Grey: A Tudor Mystery" by Eric Ives. As for fiction, I loved "Her Highness the Traitor" by Susan Higginbotham. See http://reviews.theanneboleynfiles.com/her-highness-the-traitor-by-susan-higginbotham/824, http://reviews.theanneboleynfiles.com/lady-jane-grey-a-tudor-mystery-by-eric-ives/288 and http://reviews.theanneboleynfiles.com/the-sisters-who-would-be-queen-by-leanda-de-lisle/225

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2 thoughts on “Which are the best fiction and non-fiction books about Jane Grey”

  1. Tudorholic says:

    Thank you Claire!!!
    I want to read something about Jane Grey, but she isn’t very well known here in Spain and there aren’t books about her, so I will try to read in English…

  2. Derek Ansell says:

    My novel The Bradgate Heiress is told in first person by Jane and the people she came into. Contact with

    It is available on Amazon as a paperback book an e book and an aidible book

    Publisher Creativia

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