This review is part of a larger general review article entitled "A new look at the Reformation, music and the development of liturgical life", p. 1, 4-5.
"The main thrust of Duffy's argument in 'Altars' and "Morebath' is that immediately prior to the Henrician Reformation, England's adherence to Rome was firm and there was little to suggest an appetite for the non-conformism fomenting on the continent." "In this richly illustrated book, Eamon Duffy discusses the 'Book of Hours', the most intimate and widely used book of the later Middle Ages". "His analysis has a special relevance for the history of women, since women feature very prominently among the owners and users of 'Medieval Books of Hours'."
See also "Briefly noted" titles "Walking to Emmaus" by Eamon Duffy and "The Church of Mary Tudor" edited by Eamon Duffy and David Loades", pp. 15-16.