Divorced, beheaded, died… we all know the rhyme. For centuries, King Henry VIII has been defined by his infamous relationships with his six wives, but what can Henry’s relationships with the men in his life tell us?
Having studied and taught history to PhD-level at university, expert historian Tracy Borman is now Chief Curator for the Historic Royal Palaces. Her expertise in all things royal and historic means she’s perfectly placed to dig deeper into the personalities who made Britain what it is today. She has also penned several historic fiction novels to great acclaim, proving that one of this country’s greatest historians is also one of our best authors.
In Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him, Tracy brings her love of history and a fresh perspective to reveal more than ever about one of our best-known Kings in all his multi-faceted, contradictory glory.