A readable, enthusiastic appreciation based on secondary sources...[which] provides some interesting vignettes... --Washington Times
'...the author s heart is in the right place. He is enthusiastic about the Prince s place in British life... His enthusiasm is not unqualified and he recognizes the Prince s weaknesses and foibles: he was not always an easy man to like.' --Contemporary Review
About the Author
Jules Stewart is an historian and author. His books include On Afghanistan's Plains: The Story of Britain's Afghan Wars (I.B.Tauris, 2011), Crimson Snow: Britain's First Disaster in Afghanistan (2008); The Savage Border: The Story of the North-West Frontier (2007); Spying for the Raj: The Pundits and the Mapping of the Himalaya (2006) and The Khyber Rifles: From the British Raj to Al Qaeda (2005).