|Other Retailer||Price Checked Time||Their Price in NZD||Our Price|
|Amazon UK||2 days ago||37.07||$24.47||You save $12.60|
|Amazon US||6 days ago||28.04||$24.47||You save $3.57|
Historian Tracy Borman tells the story of the real Wolf Hall in this definitive biography of Thomas Cromwell, Henry VIII's most trusted servant.
Tracy Borman is joint Chief Curator of Historic Royal Palaces and Chief Executive of the Heritage Education Trust. She studied and taught history at the University of Hull and was awarded a PhD in 1997. Tracy is the author of a number of highly acclaimed books, including Thomas Cromwell: The Untold Story of Henry VIII's Most Faithful Servant, Matilda: Wife of the Conqueror, First Queen of England, Elizabeth's Women: The Hidden Story of the Virgin Queen and Witches: A Tale of Sorcery, Scandal and Seduction. Tracy is also a regular broadcaster and public speaker, giving talks on her books across the UK and abroad. She lives in Surrey with her daughter. Follow Tracy on Twitter @BormanTracy
An intelligent, sympathetic and well-researched biography. * Wall Street Journal * Borman combines a mastery of historical detail with past-pace and an accessible style. She doesn't forget that she is dealing with human beings, with their fallibilities and petty motivations, and rather than see him as a man for whom things got out of control, as Mantel does, views him instead as a master of control. * Independent on Sunday * A real and vital portrait, deftly drawn. * Mail on Sunday * An excellent and readable biography. * The Tribune * Borman writes admirably; her prose trips along merrily and is full of intriguing titbits. * New Statesman * An engaging biography. * Evening Standard * Elegant...her prose, as ever, glides beautifully along. * Sunday Times * Borman's is a highly readable account, and will add to the debate surrounding this ultimately elusive character. * Financial Times * Tracy Borman's study makes clear his achievements, both admirable and despicable ... Borman has read an impressively wide range of modern historical literature on Cromwell. * Guardian * Tracy Borman tells us succinctly in 400 pages what we need to know about the man who rose to be the king's highest adviser ... a very good book. * The Times * This deeply researched and grippingly written biography brings Cromwell to life and exposes the Henrician court in all its brutal, glittering splendour. -- Kate Williams * Independent * Dr Tracy Borman has crafted an exceptional and compelling biography about one of the Tudor age's most complex and controversial figures. With expert insights based on a wealth of research, and riveting detail, she has brought Thomas Cromwell to life as never before. * Alison Weir *