The Last Boleyn

The Last Boleyn is a novel by Karen Harper.

Previously published as Passion's Reign in 1983, The Last Boleyn tells the story of the middle Boleyn child: Mary. Unlike her siblings, Anne and George, Mary Boleyn was left wholly forgotten by history. Their father, Thomas, uses his own children to rise to power; a practice commonplace in sixteenth century England.

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