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Brandy Purdy, The Boleyn Wife (2010; previously self-published under the title Vengeance is Mine), about George Boleyn, his sister Anne, and his wife Lady Jane Rochford, whose accusation that Anne and George had committed incest resulted in their executions. Take a look at the Categories drop-down bar. Historical Fantasy Novels mix history with fantasy. He retired from medicine and blood transfusions were banned in France in 1670. Miguel Delibes, The Heretic: A Novel of the Inquisition (2006), about a Spaniard born on October 31, 1517, the same day Martin Luther launched the Reformation with his 95 theses.

Pages: 204

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 18, 2015)

ISBN: 1515126420

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