The Sixth Wife - Suzannah Dunn Reviews
Description:ISBN 0007229720 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Suzannah Dunn / Paperback / 320 Pages / Book is published 2007-09-15 by HarperPerennial
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*** The Author *** Sazannah Dunn had seven contemporary novels published before trying her hand at historical fiction. I haven't read any of her previous books. This is her second Tudor novel. The first was about Anne Boleyn called The Queen of Subtleties. Her third Tudor novel, The Queen's Sorrow, about "Bloody" Mary is due out in hardback in July. She hasn't researched back to the original Tudor sources, but seems to have enjoyed reading the studies of others and visiting locations relevant to the time such as Hever and Sudeley Castles. Hever was the Boleyn family home, and Sudeley was the last home of Catherine ... Read the complete review
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