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27th January, 2013
Henry VIII: Catherine Fletcher's account of the monarch's marital affairs is an absorbing read.

The Divorce of Henry VIII by Catherine Fletcher

Given Henry VIII's infamous treatment of his wives, one would suspect that divorce would have been fairly low down on his list when confronted by marital problems. But as Catherine Fletcher makes clear in this entertaining debut, it is exactly how he wanted to rid himself of his first wife, Catherine of Aragon who, after 18 years of marriage, had yet to provide a male heir. The...

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