History Europe Books

Six Tudor Queens: Writing a New Story

Six Tudor Queens: Writing a New Story is an introduction to the Six Tudor Queens series by eminent historian Alison Weir. The lives of Henry VIII's queens make for dramatic stories that will offer insights into the real lives of the six wives based on extensive research and new theories that will captivate fans of Philippa Gregory and readers who lost their hearts (but not their heads) to the majestic world of Wolf Hall.



In all the romancing, has anyone regarded the evidence that Anne Boleyn did not love Henry VIII? Or that Prince Arthur, Katherine of Aragon's first husband, who is said to have loved her in fact cared so little for her that he willed his personal effects to his sister? Or that Henry VIII, an over-protected child and teenager, was prudish when it came to sex? That Jane Seymour, usually portrayed as Henry's one true love, had the makings of a matriarch? There is much to reveal ...

Adam Bede (Everyman's Library Classics)

A story which evokes a bygone rural life, and is charged with a personal passion that intensifies the novel's outer dramas of seduction and betrayal and inner dramas of moral growth and redemption.

The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (Everyman's Library Classics)

DIFFERENT OFFER (please see description & pictures by BookGems before placing an order): Edition Andre Deutsch Ltd., First impression, 1980. With complete text from Charles Dickens concluded by Leon Garfield. Introduced by Edward Blishen and illustrated by Antony Maitland. The new and unread book appears to be well preserved: dust cover intact; dark brown cloth hard cover bright with gilt letterings on spine; text all clean, neat and tight. Prompt dispatch from UK.