Oct 25, 2012
1535. Anne Boleyn has failed to produce an heir for Henry, and the King has fallen for another. Thomas Cromwell, the blacksmith’s son turned Chief Minister, must find a way to make Jane Seymour the queen consort — but in doing so will
engineer the bloody theatre of Anne’s destruction. The followup to the Booker prize-winning Wolf Hall, Mantel will shed light on her latest novel, and the process for writing captivating historical fiction.