Henry VIII: Wolfman

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Open Road Media, Aug 16, 2011 - Fiction - 416 pages
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Five hundred years ago Henry VII was known for being larger-than-life, with had a fearsome temper and bloodthirsty reputation to match; more beast than human, some might say Henry VII was the bloodiest king ever to have sat on the throne of England. This fast-paced, exciting, and inventive retelling of his reign will bring to light the real man behind the myth. Be dragged back kicking and screaming to the paranormal world of Tudor England . . .
 

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HENRY VIII: WOLFMAN

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The second monarch of the Tudor dynasty gets his wolf on in 16th-century London.Yes, it's another literary sideshow attraction, this time from journalist Moorat (Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter, 2009 ... Read full review

Contents

PROLOGUE
Part One
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XXXVII
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Part Two
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Part Three
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Part Four
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EPILOGUE
Afterword
Historical note
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

A. E. Moorat works as a freelance journalist in England. He is the author of the critically acclaimed Queen Victoria: Demon Hunter and lives in Leicestershire with his wife and two children.

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