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Innocent traitor by Alison Weir!
Can't think of a novel that blew me away, but I'd like a movie about Catherine of Valois and Owen Tudor :)
I would like to see one or both of Nancy Bilyeau's novels turned into movies. She wrote The Crown and also The Chalice, both of which have a great, reluctant protagonist, Joanna Stafford, who winds up solving mysteries. Viewers would get settings galore - The Tower, monasteries, sacked monasteries, houses of the Tudor-era rich and famous, villages. And you should read whom we would meet!
"Legacy" by Susan Kay
Virgin and the Crab, by Robert Parry! Also, The Secret Diary of Anne Boleyn by Robin Maxwell.
"The Nonsuch Lure." I can't recall the author's name but it's a great mystery/romance that moves back and forth in time between Henry VIII's lost Nonsuch Palace and the present day.
Elizabeth I by Margaret George
DL Bogdans first two books "Secrets in the Tudor Court" and "Lies in the Tudor Court."
I would love to see some Jean Plaidy books become movies.
"The Sunne in Splendour" isn't precisely Tudor historical fiction, but I would like to see the story done well, rather than Gregory's "version". More clearly Tudor -- "Wolf Hall" for drama or Fiona Buckley's "To Shield the Queen", which looks at Amy Robsart's death (because I love whodunnits)Esther
Agree with the above!
I would like them to redo The Other Boleyn Girl and have it not suck.
ive just finished reading sisters to the king by maria perry a very good book loved margaret tudor would like to see something about her
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