Elizabeth Norton is a historian specializing in the history of the queens of England and the Tudor period. She is the author of biographies of Anne Boleyn, Jane Seymour, Anne of Cleves, and Catherine Parr. Norton studied archaeology and anthropology at the University of Cambridge and later earned a masters in European archaeology from Oxford University. She also writes for numerous magazines, journals, and websites and has appeared on the National Geographic channel. She lives in Kingston upon Thames, England.
A power-hungry courtier and an impressionable young princess: the Tudor court had never been more perilous for the young Elizabeth, where rumors had the power to determine her fate.
England, late 1547. King Henry VIII is dead. His fourteen-year-old dau...[SEE MORE]