As the US distributor for Amberley books- the Tudor publisher and lover of all things Tudor, we thought you might be interested in hearing about some of their best loved recent Tudor titles.
The Six Wives & Many Mistresses of Henry VIII: The Women’s Stories, by Amy Licence:
Henry was a man of great appetites, ready to move heaven and earth for a woman he desired; Licence readdresses the experiences of his wives and mistresses in this frank, modern take on the affairs of his heart. What was it really like to be Mrs Henry VIII?
In Bed with the Tudors: The Sex Lives of a Dynasty from Elizabeth of York to Elizabeth I, by Amy Licence:
What went on behind closed doors in the Tudor Court? ‘A fascinating book examining the sex lives of the Tudors in unprecedented detail.’ The Daily Express
Inside the Tudor Court: Henry VIII and his Six Wives through the writings of the Spanish Ambassador Eustace Chapuys, by Lauren Mackay:
‘A superb, sound, engagingly written and much-needed study of a controversial player at the Tudor court. Highly recommended.’ Alison Weir
Jasper Tudor: Dynasty Maker, by Terry Breverton:
The first ever biography of the founder of the Tudor dynasty. ‘Breverton does a very good job of covering Jasper’s entire life and of explaining the many twists and turns within the so-called ‘Cousins’ War’.’ The Good Book Guide
In the Footsteps of Anne Boleyn, by Sarah Morris and Natalie Grueninger:
Accompanied by an extensive range of images, including photographs, floor plans and sketches, this book brings the sixteenth century vividly to life – and takes you on your own personal and compelling journey in the footsteps of Anne Boleyn.
Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About the Tudors But Were Afraid to Ask, by Terry Breverton:
‘Full of bite-sized chunks of fascinating information about topics as diverse as music and medicine, science and schools, as well as music and martyrdom.’ The Good Book Guide ‘A magnificent collection of facts and figures.’ Books Monthly
Thomas Cromwell, by David Loades:
‘A broadly admiring account of [Cromwell’s] career… Cromwell is cast as a statesman and modernizer, a tidy-minded “Mr Fixit” getting on with the business of government.’ The Times Literary Supplement
Tudors: The Illustrated History, by Richard Rex, with an introduction by Dr Suzannah Lipscomb:
The illustrated history of the Tudors from the finest historians working on the period today. ‘The best introduction to England’s most important dynasty.’ David Starkey; ‘Vivid, entertaining and carrying its learning lightly.’ Eamon Duffy.
And in 2015?
Henry VIII’s Last Love: The Extraordinary Life of Katherine Willoughby, Lady in Waiting to the Tudors, by David Baldwin:
The first ever biography of the Tudor woman who almost became Henry VIII’s seventh wife. Out May 2015.