Books by Sarah Gristwood

Sarah Gristwood is a journalist and broadcaster, specialising in the arts and women's issues. A regular contributor to the Guardian, The Times, the Independent and the Evening Standard, she is the author of one previous book, a study of women's diaries th

Released: Feb. 26, 2013

"A British historian nimbly makes sense and relevance out of the confoundingly entangled dynasties of the Yorks and Tudors."
A labyrinthine journey through the York-Lancaster feud of 15th-century England from the point of view of its queens. Read full book review >
ELIZABETH & LEICESTER by Sarah Gristwood
Released: Nov. 5, 2007

"Well-balanced, nicely grounded in research and far weightier than the usual royal fluff."
British journalist and historian Gristwood (Arabella: England's Lost Queen,, 2005, etc.) plunges with admirable clarity into the romantic Tudor arena. Read full book review >
ARBELLA by Sarah Gristwood
Released: May 12, 2005

"A human drama truly Shakespearean."
A British historian offers an intriguing, scholarly look at the short, sad life of Arbella Stuart, cousin to Queen Elizabeth I and too close in the line of succession to enjoy a life of her own. Read full book review >