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Did he or Did'nt he ?,
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This review is from: Richard III and the Murder in the Tower (Kindle Edition)
Richard III was reputedly nowhere near London when this crime was supposedly committed but had he sanctioned it or were the enemies of the Woodvilles the real culprits?. Whatever the case for whomsoever ruled England, Richard or Henry VII, their throne could never have felt safe. I only hope that in the future the bones found in the Tower will be genetically examined as we now have the genes of Richard and these could lead to the answer to the bones of the children ?was Edward IV their father.
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Initial post: 23 Aug 2014 02:01:38 BDT
Bandit Queen says:
Firstly the book is not about the murder of the Princes. Second Richard was in London, present at the council meeting on 13th June 1483 in the Tower of London, where he gave the direct order for the summary execution of William Lord Hastings. The book is about this. Even if the title may have made you think it is about the princes, the book description can be seen and is about the events of this one murder we know he ordered and why.
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