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"Turns A BRILLIANT LIGHT on one of the lustiest and one of the most dramatic periods of English history."- Philadelphia Inquirer

My Lady of Cleves tells the mesmerizing story of Anne of Cleves, fourth wife of Henry VIII, one of the rare women who matched wits successfully with the fiery king and lived to tell the tale.

Aware of the disastrous consequences of not bearing an heir, Anne of Cleves bravely took on the duty of weathering the Tudor King's temper and won the hearts of his subjects in the process.

Written by world-renowned historical novelist Margaret Campbell Barnes, My Lady of Cleves gives readers an intimate portrait of the warm, unpretentious princess who never expected to become Queen of England and how she navigated a world of high drama and courtly elegance.

A refreshing historical fiction about infamous Tudor England, fans of Philippa Gregory, Anya Seton and Bernard Cornwell will delight in this tale of Henry's fourth Queen, her secret love, her power-hungry husband, and the country that ruled them all.

Other books about the six wives of Henry VIII and the Tudors by Margaret Campbell Barnes:
Brief Gaudy Hour – a refreshing novel of Anne Boleyn, cast in a new light
The Tudor Rose – the richly drawn story of Elizabeth of York who united a kingdom and birthed a dynasty
King's Fool – an insider account of the Tudor Court, told by Henry VIII's one true friend

What readers are saying about My Lady Of Cleves:

"an interesting look into a woman that survived marriage to Henry VIII."

"Anne outlives Catherine, Henry, and the painter Holbein...and in the end finds herself more loved than she had ever imagined."

"I was completely amazed by this book. The richness that Barnes put into the characters was SPELLBINDING!"

"An outstanding, brilliant story that brings the perhaps least-remembered of the wives of Henry VIII to vibrant life."

"one of the best Tudor-centered historical fiction novels I've ever read."

"a FASCINATING, well written book"

"A fantastic novel that NO FAN OF TUDOR ENGLAND SHOULD MISS."

What reviewers are saying about My Lady Of Cleves:

"Turns A BRILLIANT LIGHT on one of the lustiest and one of the most dramatic periods of English history." - Philadelphia Inquirer

"At long last Anne of Cleves gets her day as a noble and highminded heroine in the lists of historical fiction!" – Chicago Tribune

"Barnes' vision of Anne is so different from others I have encountered, it was like reading her story for the first time. This is the Anne of Cleves I choose to live in my memory." - Books N Border Collies

" an appealing story of a woman who makes the best of a bad situation... it's nice to see this novel in particular being reissued." - Reading, Ranting, and Raving

"I have to say that from the moment I read the inscription, I was hooked in this book... Anne is brought to life, and is portrayed as a capable woman..." -Historical Tapestry

What everyone is saying about Margaret Campbell Barnes:

"Margaret Campbell Barnes has added brilliant hues to a picture which never lacked in color." - Vancouver (BC) Daily Province
"Immensely entertaining and absorbing." - Chicago Tribune

About the Author: The late Margaret Campbell Barnes grew up in London. Her historical novels include Brief Gaudy Hour, With All My Heart, Isabel the Fair, and The King's Bed.

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