500 years of Lies Hayley Nolan
Little A Published: December 2019 Price: £4.99
Anne Boleyn, 500 years of Lies is a interesting new analysis of one of history’s most misrepresented women.
Anne Boleyn has been portrayed as a dark figure, a scheming seductress who bewitched Henry VIII into divorcing his queen and his church in an unprecedented display of passion.
In this exposé, Hayley Nolan explores for the first time the full, uncensored evidence of Anne Boleyn’s life and relationship with Henry VIII, revealing the shocking suppression of a powerful woman.
So leave all notions of outdated and romanticised folklore at the door and forget what you think you know about one of the Tudors’ most notorious queens. She may have been silenced for centuries, but Nolan’s book ensures Anne Boleyn’s voice is being heard now.