Friday, January 26, 2007

How entirely apropos...



Sorry, I couldn't resist.

If you don't understand why, read more about this novel's subject.

10 comments:

  1. Anonymous2:38 PM

    One of the few occasions where the headless woman is entirely appropriate! Although maybe she should be lying down. LOL!!

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  2. Anonymous3:56 PM

    Pity the designer couldn't have squeezed two headless women onto othe cover!

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  3. Yes, the woman could very well be Catherine instead of Anne, couldn't it. Especially with the flowers she's carrying.

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  4. Anonymous5:16 PM

    I love these new covers they are doing on the UK releases. I might order the ones I don't have from Amazon UK just for the covers!

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  5. Anonymous5:39 AM

    For once, entirely appropriate. Blood-red roses, too.

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  6. Yep, very appropriate. The quote on the cover is certainly apt--"full blooded..." A few drops of it trickling down the neck would add extra interest, don't you think? : )Just funnin' ya!

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  7. Anonymous5:06 AM

    *grins*

    I know, I should write a witty and meaningful comment, but I had not coffee yet. :)

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  8. There are plenty of legends about Anne Boleyn's ghost. She has apparently been spotted around the Tower of London, wailing and moaning and carrying her head in a basket.

    So, the cover could have been worse.

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  9. The colour of the roses is spot on, but they're entirely the wrong type for the times.

    It's a curse sometimes, being a writer/rosarian/rose historian!

    I watched Jane Eyre again last night, and her wedding bouquet was extremely annoying to me.

    But this is a pretty book cover.

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