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A Brief History of the Tudor Age is a well-researched book covering every aspect of life in England frombeginning with Henry VII, to which was the year of Elizabeth I's death.
Unfortunately, it makes for a very dry reading, forcing me to wish for maps instead of descriptions of what is at where, so there is definitely room for /5. The Tudor Age Competition To be in with a chance to win this fabulous signed copy of Lauren Mackay’s book, The Wolves of Court: The untold story of Thomas and George Boleyn, there are two things you need to do: 1) Share The Tudor Age page to your timeline - This post needs to made public so I can check to see if you have shared!!!!5/5.
The Tudor Age book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. An ideal introduction to the Tudor age, weaving together its people an /5. THE TUDOR AGE by Jasper Ridley is rich in detail, clear in family connections (as clear as possible in this jungle of wives, husbands, bastards and mistresses).
Henry VII's son Arthur died at the age of 15 after consuming his marriage with Catherine `'with youthful gusto,'' as Ridley puts it, an act that Catherine denied having happened as, she Cited by: 5. Tudor is the author of The Chalk Man and The Hiding Place, and lives in England with her partner and the years she has worked as a copywriter, television presenter, voice-over, and dog walker.
She is now thrilled to be able to write full-time, and doesn't miss chasing wet dogs through muddy fields all that much.