Hot on the heels of today’s review of books by Lil, we have just seen the wonderful review of Adrienne Dillard’s book The Raven’s Widow.
“Highly recommended for those who are not worn out by Tudor historical fiction. This one brings a fresh light to the period by focusing on a fascinating woman.”
– Historical Novel Association
This book really is wonderful, and we are so happy that the reviewer from HNS liked it so much. Thank you to all who were involved.
Jane Parker never dreamed that her marriage into the Boleyn family would raise her star to such dizzying heights. Before long, she finds herself as trusted servant and confidante to her sister-in-law, Anne Boleyn; King Henry VIII’s second queen. On a gorgeous spring day, that golden era is cut short by the swing of a sword. Jane is unmoored by the tragic death of her husband, George, and her loss sets her on a reckless path that leads to her own imprisonment in the Tower of London. Surrounded by the remnants of her former life, Jane must come to terms with her actions. In the Tower, she will face up to who she really is and how everything went so wrong.