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Katharine Parr, The Sixth Wife

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Katharine Parr, The Sixth Wife by Alison Weir
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May 10, 2022 | ISBN 9781101966655

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“Like its predecessors, this is a detailed and convincing portrait of an extraordinary life. Taken as a whole, this series is a serious achievement.”—The Times

“Weir delivers engaging historical characters, filling the white spaces of their lives with believable interests, convincing motivation, and realistic daily routines. . . . The conversations are sparkling, gripping and word-perfect. . . . This masterly novel seamlessly blends history into the story’s fabric. A superb read and a remarkable end to a brilliant series.”Historical Novel Society

“This brilliant series has brought Henry VIII’s six wives to life as never before. This novel will enthrall and inspire, just as much as it will break your heart”—Tracy Borman, author of The Private Lives of the Tudors

“Katharine Parr deserves better than to be known just as Henry VIII’s sixth wife—the one who survived. And there’s no one better placed than Alison Weir to restore her to her rightful place”—Sarah Gristwood, author of Game of Queens

“For the first time I felt as though, thanks to Alison’s skillful writing and storytelling, I came to ‘know’ Katharine”—Nicola Tallis, author of Uncrowned Queen

“A tour de force . . . If you think you know everything about Henry VIII’s last queen, you’re in for a wonderful treat—you don’t!”—Susan Ronald, author of The Pirate Queen

“An absorbing and fascinating read, meticulously researched as is always the case with Alison’s work, and she really made Katharine live”—Sarah Rayne, author of A Dark Diving

“Engaging and deeply researched . . . Weir brings her expertise of the Tudor era to bear with rich detail and historical perspective on politics and religion, and the many intelligent conversations between Katherine and Henry VIII add to the charm. With a mercurial, captivating king as hook, Weir serves up a sharp and lucid blend of grim fact and stylish fiction.”Publishers Weekly

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