In this latest edition of Teasel's Tudor Trivia, Tudor experts, historian Claire Ridgway and her researcher, Teasel the rescue dog, introduce their top picks for non-fiction books on the Tudor kings and queens.
The books featured are all excellent reads and are well-referenced - perfect for those just wanting to know more about the monarch or those who are using them for research.
Please do share in the comments if you have a favourite book on the Tudor monarchs.
Winter King by Thomas Penn
Henry VII and the Tudor Pretenders: Simnel, Warbeck, and Warwick by Nathen Amin
Henry VIII by J J Scarisbrick
Henry: Virtuous Prince by David Starkey
Edward VI: The Lost King of England by Chris Skidmore
Edward Seymour: Lord Protector: Tudor King in All But Name - Margaret Scard
John Dudley: The Life of Lady Jane Grey's Father-in-Law by Christine Hartweg
Lady Jane Grey - A Tudor Mystery by Eric Ives
The Sisters Who Would Be Queen by Leanda de Lisle
Mary Tudor: The First Queen by Linda Porter
Mary Tudor: Princess, Bastard, Queen by Anna Whitelock
Elizabeth by David Starkey
Elizabeth I by Alison Plowden
Elizabeth I by Anne Somerset
Tudor: The Family Story by Leanda de Lisle