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Sumptuous historical novel from bestselling author of THE OTHER BOLEYN GIRL and THE QUEEN'S FOOL / To follow the bestselling successes of THE OTHER BOLEYN GIRL and THE QUEEN'S FOOL, which have sold over 300,000 copies in paperback in the UK / Philippa Gregory once again throws fresh light on a popular period of history by showing it through the eyes of a lesser known, but fascinating, character /The Queen's Fool was a Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller in paperback / Philippa's media profile is at its strongest yet and she is fast becoming a major spokesperson for this period in the media. Frequent appearances on Radio 4's History Quiz and Channel 4's Time Team will further establish her as the voice who brings Tudor England to life / Further historical dramatisations of this author's work to come from the BBC / GBP50 000 advertising campaign to drive The Virgin's Lover into the bestseller lists and ensure longevity of sales / Advertising across Radio, Press and online / Competition: Rose Tremain, Hilary Mantel, Deborah Moggach, Tracy Chevalier
Philippa Gregory is an established witer and broadcaster for radio and television. She holds a PhD in eighteenth-century literature from the University of Edinburgh. She lives in the north of England with her family.
Praise for THE QUEEN'S FOOL 'Philippa Gregory [who] is a mesmerizing storyteller.' SUNDAY TELEGRAPH 'An atmospheric read for anyone who loves to wallow in Tudor intrigue.' DAILY TELEGRAPH 'After serving up the highly delicious The Other Boleyn Girl!Gregory has concocted yet another treat from the Tudor court!.I loved The Other Boleyn Girl and The Queen's Fool is even better!.The pleasure to be found in this kind of historical fiction!.is a chair-by-the-fireside-on-a-cold-winter's-night kind of pleasure!it is the kind of pleasure only a born storyteller can offer.' INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY 'A rich brew of passion and intrigue.' DAILY MAIL 'Potent historical romance!a thrilling plot.' MAIL ON SUNDAY 'Fascinating!engrossing!.memerising!riveting!.compelling!.a pacey narrative that is just begging to be read in one sitting.' SUNDAY EXPRESS Further acclaim for THE QUEEN'S FOOL: 'A splendid tale of passionate liaisons. Gregory exuberantly depicts the struggle between Mary and Elizabeth' WOMAN & HOME 'A hugely satisfying plot-twist-a-page story.' TIME OUT 'Burns with passion.' INDEPENDENT 'A gripping page-turner; this follow-up to The Other Boleyn Girl confirms Gregory as our best writer of historical fiction.' CHOICE Praise for THE OTHER BOLEYN GIRL: 'It is a credit to Gregory that she is able to sustain interest in an epic-length tale when the ending is one of the most well-known moments in English history. The very believable dialogue and detail take you all the way into the claustrophobic privy chambers of the royal palaces!Gregory has launched herself into a popular period and produced something with that most underrated of virtues: readability.' THE TIMES 'This is an intelligent variation on a familiar tale [with] witty use of metaphor' TLS 'This compulsively readable novel is a wonderful account of the Tudor court!This is the finest historical novel of this year' DAILY MAIL