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    Default Does anyone else love books about Tudor England?? Non fiction.

    Does anyone else love books about Tudor England as much as I do? I collect them and thought I would see if anyone else is into them.

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    yes! i liked 'the six wives of henry viii' by alison weir. i also see she's written a novel lately but haven't read that one. alison weir also wrote a good non-fiction book about elizabeth the first but can't remember it's exact title, it was v interesting though.

    i also liked 'the time traveller's guide to medieval england' by ian mortimer, and he has written a time travellers' guide to elizabethan england as well, but haven't read that one yet!

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    Default Re: Does anyone else love books about Tudor England?? Non fiction.

    Love them as well fiction, non fiction

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    Default Does anyone else love books about Tudor England?? Non fiction.

    I love them too! I especially find Anne Boleyn interesting and have most books published about her!

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    Yay I am not the only one!! I like Alison Weir, David Starkey, Margaret George, Jane Dunn, and a few others. I like reading about Anne and Mary Boleyn, Elizabeth I and Henry VIII and all of his wives. I find them all fascinating. I think at last count I had about 100 books about Tudor royalty. Im actually at the point where I am finding it hard to find books i don't have, though I probably just need to look harder!

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    Default Does anyone else love books about Tudor England?? Non fiction.

    Try Jean plaidy.

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