Amenable Women - Mavis Cheek Reviews
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by - written on 03/06/09, updated on 03/06/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I am a big fan of Mavis Cheek, and I can't believe I only found her most recent book by randomly browsing Amazon. I've no idea how it escaped my notice for so long, long enough for it to be out in paperback! 'Amenable Women' is Mavis Cheeks' thirteenth novel. She was inspired by her anger at the unfair treatment of Anne of Cleves by Henry VIIIs PR machine and the misogyny of historians since which has shaped the publics view of her. Cheeks writing is in the genre of gentle, subtle, and sometimes romantic comedies, she is like a modern Austen or Charlotte Bronte. She has been compared to Alison Weir who wrote a recommendation for the book. She ... Read the complete review
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