Book cover of Henry VIII and the Men Who Made Him by Tracy Bormanby Tracy Borman

The acclaimed historian presents a “beautifully perceptive and dynamic reassessment of Henry VIII…in this highly engrossing biography” (Booklist, starred review).

Henry VIII is best known for his tempestuous marriages and the fates of his six wives. But his reign and reputation were hugely influenced by his confidants, ministers, and even occasional rivals—many of whom have been underplayed in previous biographies. Exploring these relationships in depth, Tracy Borman offers a fresh perspective on the legendary king, revealing surprising contradictions in his beliefs and behavior.

Interview with the Author

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108. Tracy Borman (2019)
8/10/21            47 min




BISAC Biography & Autobiography

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