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Re: Historical Novel Society Tudor novels

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  • Wendy J. Dunn
    Hi Elizabeth, This page provides a list of Tudor novels: http://www.romantictimes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8531&sid=7c3cf18f374d6b60ed166cbe239c992b Hope
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 1, 2008
      Hi Elizabeth,
      This page provides a list of Tudor novels:
      http://www.romantictimes.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=8531&sid=7c3cf18f374d6b60ed166cbe239c992b
      Hope that helps! 
      Wendy

       
      Wendy J. Dunn Author of DEAR HEART, HOW LIKE YOU THIS? Awarded the ABPA 2003 Glyph for Best Adult Fiction and First Runner Up for Commercial fiction in the 2004 Writer's Notes Book Awards. Seriously one of the best novels ever written about Anne Boleyn's life. Jennifer Lodine-Chaffey, reader.
       



      ----- Original Message ----
      From: Elizabeth Bentley <elizabeth@...>
      To: Historical Novel Society <HistoricalNovelSociety@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Friday, 30 May, 2008 3:21:52 AM
      Subject: Historical Novel Society Tudor novels


      On another list I've been asked to recommend novels set in the Tudor
      period for use with students aged 16-18 (6th form).

      Can any of you experts help? I would guess that historical accuracy
      and literary merit are both desirable. So far the following have been
      suggested:

      C.J. Sansom : Dissolution; Dark Fire; Sovereign; and Revelation.
      Phillipa Gregory: The Other Boleyn Girl
      The constant princess
      The Queen's fool
      Boleyn inheritance
      Mavis Cheek Amenable women
      Alison Weir: Innocent traitor
      Lady Elizabeth
      JL Carrell The Shakespeare Secret
      An Unchaste Life: Memoir of a Tudor Queen by Anne Cato
      Vengeance Is Mine: A Novel of Anne Boleyn, Katherine Howard, and Lady
      Rochford--the Woman Who Helped Destroy Them Both. by Brandy Purdy
      The Relic Murders (Tudor Whodunnits Featuring Roger Shallot) by Paul
      Doherty
      The Grail Murders (Tudor Mysteries 3) by Michael Clynes

      and one somewhat off the wall suggesting that Queen Elizabeth was
      actually a man pretending to be Elizabeth: The Bisley Boy by Chris Hunt

      Margaret Irwin's books

      Any comments (either for or against) and other suggestions most welcome.

      TIA

      EB

      Elizabeth Bentley
      elizabeth@wardrobe- on-the-web. com



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