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2. FICTION - Books by NOVEL WRITERS

- Henry VIII and his Court

- The Wives of Henry VIII:
Katherine of Aragon
Anne Boleyn
Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves & Katherine Howard
Catherine Parr

- The Children of Henry VIII:
Mary Tudor
Elizabeth Tudor
Edward Tudor and Henry Fitzroy

The Family of Henry VII
(Includes: Henry VII, Elizabeth of York,
Mary and Margaret Tudor, Lady Jane Grey,
Mary Queen of Scots and ancestors
like Katherine Swynford, John of Gaunt and the Beauforts)

Other Tudor Related Fiction








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tudorcrazy my absence. 0 Oct 4 2014, 11:38 AM EDT by tudorcrazy
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Hi all you old Tudor crazy fans. As many of you know, my area of study is Marie the Queen of Scots . Like many of you I have moved on to m own project which is my facebook page Marie the Queen of Scots
https://www.facebook.com/Tudorcrazy
but i miss many of you, and continue to read about Anne as many of the folks on my page are authors. I have just finished Kiss of the Concubine by Judith Arnopp one of my favor writers. Please come visit me and "Like" my page as we have Tudor discussions all the time. It is because of Henry the Eight's will that Marie Queen of Scotland was bared to succeed instead of Elizabeth, who legitimacy was always questioned by the old guard. Check it out please
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ElizabethRegina Tudor and Elizabethan Book List 0 Aug 28 2012, 5:05 AM EDT by ElizabethRegina
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For a full list of books concerning Tudor and Elizabethan history that I have read and highly recommend, please view my Pinterest boards, "Phenomenal History Books" (non-fiction for adults) & "History Books for Children and Young Adults" (non-fiction and accurate historical fiction).

I have included descriptions and Amazon.com links with each one.

What are my credentials to rec'd these book titles? I am an Education Interpreter in Museum Education at The Higgins Armory Museum, the only museum in the US solely dedicated to Medieval and Renaissance Arms & Armor; I am also a regular first-person interpreter of Queen Elizabeth I through my company, BeingBess, and I am currently pursuing my Masters in History.

Phenomenal History Books:
http://pinterest.com/eritudor/phenomenal-history-books/

History Books for Children and Young Adults:
http://pinterest.com/eritudor/history-books-for-children-and-young-adults/

Enjoy!

SEMPER EADEM,

Ashlie
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HeverRose "Bring Up The Bodies" scheduled for Publication May 19th 15 Jan 17 2012, 7:55 AM EST by freya9
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Hillary Mantel's sequel to "Wolf Hall" is scheduled to be published in the UK on May 19th and in the US three days later on May 22nd.

That date is of course very meaningful to us Tudor fans: it is, of course, the anniversary of the execution of Anne Boleyn.

The sequel will focus on Anne's downfall.

This is an ongoing controversy here on our beloved Wiki, so it will be very interesting to see how MS Mantel handles it.
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