Tudor Book Reviews

Posted By on June 14, 2012

Just to let you know that I’ve added some reviews of Tudor themed books I’ve read recently over at our sister site, Tudor Book Reviews. If you want to know my thoughts on:

  • The Secret Keeper: A Novel of Kateryn Parr by Sandra Byrd
  • Betrayal by Michele Kallio
  • Winter King: The Dawn of Tudor England by Thomas Penn

then do head over there and check them out.

Thanks also to Niki Incorvia for her review of Her Majesty’s Spymaster: Elizabeth I, Sir Francis Walsingham, and the Birth of Modern Espionage by Stephen Budiansky.

You can check out our Anne Boleyn Files bookshops, which I have filled with lots of Tudor books and goodies, by using the following links:

3 thoughts on “Tudor Book Reviews”

  1. WilesWales says:

    Cllaire, thank you for posting those on amazon in one section! You are really something! Thank you! WilesWales!

    I will defend Queen Anne as long as I am around! She was innocent of all charges brought against her! Queen Anne did give England one very special gift, Queen Elizabeth I! Queen Elizabeth I was the greatest absolute monarch that countyr ever had!

    “This is the Lord’s doing; it is marvelous in our eyes:..” Psalms 118:23

  2. WilesWales says:

    Claire, I think it is very maganimous and great of you to include Phillipa in your store. As we say, if one sees even on of these or that of “The Tudors,” it might inspire someone somewhere to become more interested in the real truth of the Tudors, and Queen Anne, and hopefully bring some (some meaning at least one, and I hope a lot more) to this site!
    Thank you! WilesWales!

    I will defend Queen Anne as long as I am around! She was innocent of all charges brought against her! Queen Anne did give England one very special gift, Queen Elizabeth I! Queen Elizabeth I was the greatest absolute monarch that countyr ever had!

    “This is the Lord’s doing; it is marvelous in our eyes:..” Psalms 118:23

  3. Deborah Braden says:

    Your reviews have opened an entirely new world for me and my passion for reading and research about the Tudors. I’ve learned more in 4 months than a lifetime about Henry VIII’s wives, the War of the Roses and the Tudors, Stuarts and Windsors. And I am one of those who was drawn into all of this with Gregory’s “The Other Boleyn Sister” (movie first and then the book) as well as the Tudor series. I’ll always be in your depth as well as Sarah’s blog “History of a Queen” for the exposure to factual information. Fact is always more interesting than fiction when you get down to it. And I love how you make it so easy for us Yanks (Americans) to find these resources in the US as well as the UK.

    Thank you, thank you, thank you.

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