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Ambition, lust in Henry VIII's court in 'The Boleyn Inheritance'

Published 04/08/2007, The Philadelphia Inquirer

Philippa Gregory's "The Boleyn Inheritance" (Touchstone, $25.95) is her sixth novel set in Tudor England. This was the period when the warring houses of Lancaster and York were finally reconciled, only to face a new set of conflicts as Henry VIII, intent on divorcing his first wife, severed his ties to Rome.

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