Historian, academic and trained archaeologist Elizabeth Norton is a meticulous researcher of the Tudor period. With thirteen books to her name, she has developed a particularly strong reputation as an expert in the queens of England.
To date, her titles have amassed a plethora of glowing reviews, and include Elfrida: The First Crowned Queen of England, Bessie Blunt: Mistress to Henry VIII, and the groundbreaking book, Anne Boleyn: In Her Own Words and the Words of Those Who Knew Her. Her most recent book is The Lives of Tudor Women. She is a frequent contributor to historical publications, such as BBC History magazine and Who Do You Think You Are? magazine. Her expertise is regularly called upon for television and radio appearances with BBC London.