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Anne the Saint (The Six Lives of Henry the VIII Book 2)

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  • Sales Rank:220,995
  • Format:Kindle eBook
  • Language:English (Published)
  • Media:Kindle Edition
  • Pages:123
  • Publication Date:January 19, 2012
  • ASIN:B006ZZIL14


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He killed his wives, broke from Catholicism and founded his own church. But history could have been quite different for Henry the VIII, as author Leigh Jenkins proves in this alternative history series, if only one key moment had changed in each of his marriages.
The second book in the series, Anne the Saint, focuses on the fate of Anne Boleyn. History tells us that Henry the VIII, in his quest for a son, makes Anne his new queen. In real life, Anne births one of the most powerful queens in British history, but fails to produce a male heir to the crown. But how could Henry's life – and history itself – have been different if she had succeeded in giving him the one thing he desired above all else – a son?
Jenkins delves inside one of history's greatest enigmas – the mind of King Henry the VIII of England. This intense, often poignant, look at Henry shows that, with a twist of fate, England could have remembered a very different king.
Jenkins delves inside one of history's greatest enigmas – the mind of King Henry the VIII of England. This intense, often poignant, look at King Henry shows that, with a twist of fate, England could have remembered a very different king.

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