Elizabeth of York: The Forgotten Tudor Queen by Amy Licence

| July 25, 2013

Elizabeth of York is an incredibly fascinating woman but I must admit to not knowing an awful lot about her, apart from the bare facts about her being the eldest child of Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville, the wife of Henry VII and the mother of Henry VIII. She’s a woman that has lived in […]

Virgin Widow by Anne O’Brien

| June 24, 2010

This is not a book that I’d normally pick up, as I tend to stick to historical fiction about the Tudor era, but, boy, am I glad that I got to read this book! I was hooked from the start and I read all 601 pages in one weekend, completely ignoring my family and the […]

Coming Soon – The White Queen

| August 4, 2009

Philippa Gregory’s latest novel “The White Queen” is due to be released on 18th August and I will be reviewing it here on The Anne Boleyn Files Tudor Book Reviews site on that date. “The White Queen” is the first in a series about the Plantagenets, the warring family who held the English throne before […]