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Book Title: The Anne Boleyn Collection: The Real Truth about the Tudors|
The author of the book: Claire Ridgway
ISBN 13: 9781470038168
Date of issue: February 16th 2012
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Should Anne Boleyn be pardoned and reburied as Queen? Anne Boleyn and "The Other Boleyn Girl." Did Anne Boleyn dig her own grave? The Six Wives' stereotypes - are they right? Did Anne Boleyn commit incest with her brother? "The Anne Boleyn Collection" brings together the most popular articles from top Tudor website The Anne Boleyn Files. Articles which have provoked discussion and debate. Articles that people have found fascinating. Written in Claire's easy-going style, but with an emphasis on good history and sound research, these articles are perfect reading for Tudor history lovers everywhere. Discover the REAL truth about the Tudors
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Read information about the authorClaire Ridgway is the author of the best-selling books On This Day in Tudor History(October 2012), The Anne Boleyn Collection (Feb 2012), The Fall of Anne Boleyn: A Countdown (April 2012), The Anne Boleyn Collection II (September 2013) George Boleyn: Tudor Poet, Courtier and Diplomat (April 2014), Sweating Sickness: In an Nutshell (August 2014), Illustrated Kings and Queens of England (November 2014) and Tudor Places of Great Britain (October 2015).
Claire worked in education and freelance writing before creating The Anne Boleyn Files history website and becoming a full-time history researcher, blogger and author. The Anne Boleyn Files is known for its historical accuracy and Claire's mission to get to the truth behind Anne Boleyn's story. Her writing is easy-to-read and conversational, and readers often comment on how reading Claire's books is like having a coffee with her and chatting about history.
Claire is also the founder of The Tudor Society.