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An excellent resource,
This review is from: Britain's Royal Families: The Complete Genealogy (Paperback)
I read a lot of historical fiction and often the books can have a royal cast of thousands. This book has been a great aid to sorting out who's who and who's related to who. In particular, I think I may finally understand the complexity of the relationships of the Yorks and Lancastrians! An inspired work of reference.
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Suzanne Turenne Reed says:
ANY book that can help me understand the Wars of the Roses is helpful. I have loved every bbok I have read by Ms. Weir; however, Wars of the Roses was such a chore, I couldn't finish. I was very disappointed. I will keep trying. The book Henry's 6 Wives was delightful. I have called it a novel without the conversation. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I am not disappointed in anything she has written. I want to get the genealogy book; it may put things in perspective. There are just too many Marys, Elizabeths, Henrys, and so on and so on!!!
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