The Six Wives of Henry VIII (book)
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Not to be confused with a book of the same title, written by Antonia Fraser
The book was Weir's first historical work since her first book, Britain's Royal Families. It is divided into three sections - "Catherine of Aragon," "The Great Matter" and "How many wives will he have?"
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