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A recreation of the life of Anne Boleyn, the second queen of Henry VIII and mother of Elizabeth I, depicts Anne as a willful, ambitious, mysterious, and finally tragic woman
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Norah Lofts was one of the best-known and best-loved of all historical novelists and many of her books remain in print today. Anne Boleyn is one of her rare - yet highly successful - forays into non-fiction and displays her trademark application of authentic period detail to a gripping narrative. Her fictionalised account of Anne Boleyn's life, The Concubine, was a huge bestseller in the UK and US. Lofts wrote more than fifty books.Review:
The narrative has pace, the characters substance, the finale a powerful twist and the sense of period is rich and authentic' * THE SUNDAY TIMES * Norah Lofts is a capable and professional writer, a natural storyteller whose characters are neatly and believably portrayed: whose prose is smooth and readable' * THE NEW YORK TIMES *
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