Lady Jane Grey: A Tudor Mystery by Eric Ives

| February 11, 2010

With it being the anniversary of Lady Jane Grey’s execution tomorrow I thought it was fitting for me to publish my review of Eric Ives’s biography “Lady Jane Grey: A Tudor Mystery”. If you keep up with my posts on The Anne Boleyn Files, you will know that I am Professor Ives’s number one fan […]

The Sisters Who Would be Queen by Leanda de Lisle

| December 9, 2009

“The Sisters Who Would Be Queen: The Tragedy of Katherine, Mary and Lady Jane Grey” is a non-fiction account of the stories of these three sisters, the times they lived in and the monarchs who reigned in their lifetimes. I was desperate to read this after reading Jeane Westin’s historical novel, “The Virgin’s Daughters”, and […]

Mary Tudor: The First Queen by Linda Porter

| July 7, 2009

As you all know, I am first and foremost an Anne Boleyn fan but I love Tudor history as a whole and seem to spend all of my spare time reading biographies of other Tudor personalities – people who lived at the same time as Anne. I’ve just finished reading “Mary Tudor: The First Queen” […]