Anne Boleyn: Henry VIII's Obsession



Doomed queen of Henry VIII, mother to Elizabeth I, the epic story of Anne Boleyn.Anne Boleyn was the most controversial and scandalous woman ever to sit on the throne of England. From her early days at the imposing Hever Castle in Kent, to the glittering courts of Paris and London, Anne caused a stir wherever she went. Alluring but not beautiful, Anne's wit and poise won her numerous admirers at the English court, and caught the roving eye of King Henry. Anne was determined to shape her own destiny, first through a secret engagement to Henry Percy, the heir of the Earl of Northumberland, and later through her insistence on marriage with the king, after a long and tempestuous relationship as his mistress. Their love affair was as extreme as it was deadly, from Henry's 'mine own sweetheart' to 'cursed and poisoning whore' her fall from grace was total.


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Elizabeth Norton gained her first degree from the Universiy of Cambridge, and her Masters from the University of Oxford. Her other books include Jane Seymour: Henry VIII's True Love, Anne of Cleves: Henry VIII's Discarded Bride (both published by Amberley Publishing) and She Wolves: The Notorious Queens of England. She lives in Kingston Upon Thames.

Introduction 1. Sir Thomas Boleyn's Daughter 2. So Pleasing in Her Youthful Age 3. Mademoiselle Boleyn 4. A Secret Love 5. Fair Brunet 6. For Caesar's I Am 7. A King's Great Matter 8. The Night Crow 9. The Concubine 10. Pope in England 11. The Most Happy 12. Queen Anne 13. Rebels & Traitoresses 14. No More Boys by Her 15. Sick & Tired of the Concubine 16. Turned Trust to Treason 17. The Lady in the Tower 18. Out of Hell into Heaven Notes Bibliography List of Illustrations Index

General Fields

  • : 9781848685147
  • : Amberley Publishing
  • : Amberley Publishing
  • : July 2009
  • : 198mm X 124mm X 15mm
  • : December 2010
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Paperback
  • : 942.052092
  • : HBJD1
  • : 47 illustrations, 26 in colour