Born in 1951, Alison Weir is a prolific British author specializing in the historical genre. She is well known for her British royalty biographies. Authored books include "The Lady Elizabeth", "Katherine Swynford", "Innocent Traitor", "Isabella of France", "Henry VIII, King and Court", "Mary, Queen of Scots", "Eleanor of Aquitaine", "Elizabeth the Queen", "The Life of Elizabeth I", "Children of England", "Children of Henry VIII", "Lancaster and York", "Wars of the Roses", "The Princes in the Tower", "The Six Wives of Henry VIII" and "Britain's Royal Families".

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Curled Up With a Good Book: An Interview with Alison Weir
Luan Gaines interviewed author Alison Weir about her novel The Lady Elizabeth, royal sibling rivalry, a queen's reluctance to marry, and religious dissent in 1600's England. (January 01, 2008)
Mary Boleyn: Mistress of Kings
Specializing in the medieval and Tudor periods, popular British historian Alison Weir has chronicled the story of Mary Boleyn. (January 15, 2007)
Curled Up With a Good Book: An Interview with Alison Weir
Luan Gaines conducted an email interview with historian Alison Weir, author of the recently released novel Innocent Traitor. Their exchange reveals Weir's thoughts on religious fundamentalism, ruthless leaders exploiting the innocent, and the liberation found in writing fiction. (January 01, 2007)
Reviews/Interviews: Alison Weir, A World of Words
Making the leap from fact to fiction, popular historian Alison Weir talks to Lucinda Byatt about her first historical novel. (November 01, 2006)
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