1934; Doubleday, Doran & Company publishers, New York; hardbound in black boards with green lettering on spine; quite good conditon for 1934 with clean unmarked pages and minor age foxing; previous owner's name in pencil inside cover; no dust jacket.
"A daredevil beauty stakes all and loses in the great game of kings and kingdoms." "Henry the Eighth, to six wives he was wedded, One died, one survived, two divorced, two beheaded." "E. Barrington tells the romantic history of the most beautiful and vivid of them all. And not only has she portrayed Anne herself, shrewd, lovely, ambitious, generous, disillusioned, resolved to capitalize her beauty for her own ends. This is the story of Anne, but also of the days of Anne - when 'what was a women's virtue' one way or another in the great game of kings and kingdoms?'