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Lil’s Reviews – The King’s Wife by Ursula Bloom

Today we have a fascinating review of an author you possibly may not associate with Tudor fiction. Lil shows us that it's often a happy chance that leads you to discover wonderful books to read. We hope you enjoy this video.

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  1. M /

    Thanks for suggesting Ursula Bloom. I will look for this author. I am always interested in historical fiction. There’s a trilogy, written by Janet Wertman, about the Seymour family. Jane is only in the first one, Jane the Quene. I really liked this one. The other two are called (I’m blanking on the name of the second one, but it centers around Edward Seymour), and the third one is The Boy King. These are well researched and well written. Anyway, thanks again. Michelle t

    1. L /

      Thank you for telling me about these books, I will look into them!

  2. L /

    Thanks for the recommendation, and the very interesting context behind it! I will definitely put this one on my list!

    1. L /

      I hope you enjoy it when you get around it reading it!

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Lil’s Reviews – The King’s Wife by Ursula Bloom