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I know there are several books out that describe the history of translating the King James Bible; are there any books that describe how the Douay-Rheims Bible came to fruition, the people who translated the DR, and the circumstances surrounding the time period in which it was translated?

I'm reading the book "God's Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible" by Adam Nicolson. It's a fascinating read but it makes me wonder if something similar exists about the making of the DR Bible? Maybe not even a specific book, but possibly something else written about this topic?
I am not aware of any book. But the following site explains the history behind it along with a great edition of the DR bible: