Reviews

  • The Tudor court comes to life in this gripping story of Katherine Parr, where passion, secrecy and betrayal power the suspense

    Woman & Home
  • Electric

    Good Housekeeping
  • Beautifully written and finely observed, this suspenseful tale of Henry the Eighth's last wife expertly conveys all the dangerous intensity and passion of the Tudor court

    Rachel Hore, author of A Place of Secrets and A Gathering Storm
  • Rich in atmosphere and period detail . . . An enticing read

    Stylist
  • A sumptuous epic

    Metro
  • With a painter's eye for detail, Fremantle brings the dazzling, dangerous Tudor court to life and sheds an intriguing new light on Katherine Parr, one of history's great survivors. An enthralling tale of power and passion, loyalty and betrayal

    Elizabeth Wilhide, author of Ashenden
  • A powerful debut

    Guardian
  • Breathes vibrant life into Henry VIII's most intriguing, intelligent and least known wife, Katherine Parr

    Anne Easter Smith
  • A major new voice in historical fiction

    The Bookseller
  • Wildly entertaining . . . One of the best historical novels I've read

    Huffington Post