On Sunday, April 5th PBS unveils its six-hour television miniseries adapted from Hilary Mantel’s bestselling and prize-winning novels: Wolf Hall and its sequel, Bring Up the Bodies. The television event presents a provocative portrait of Thomas Cromwell, the brilliant and enigmatic consigliere to King Henry VIII, as he maneuvers the corridors of power at the Tudor court.
But, you and your patrons can get the story behind the story. Dive into juicy Tudor history with Alison Weir’s riveting nonfiction, including:
The Princes in the Tower
“Did Richard III do in his nephews or didn’t he? How much of the evil-uncle legend was later Tudor propaganda and how much was true? . . . This is exciting reading.” —The Denver Post
The Lady in The Tower: The Fall of Anne Boleyn
“Well-researched and compulsively readable . . . Acclaimed novelist and historian [Alison] Weir continues to successfully mine the Tudor era, once again excavating literary gold.” —Booklist
The Children of Henry VIII
“Fascinating . . . Alison Weir does full justice to the subject.” —The Philadelphia Inquirer
Mary Boleyn: The Mistress of Kings
“This nuanced, smart, and assertive biography reclaims the life of a Tudor matriarch.” —Publishers Weekly
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