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Queen Victoria's Gene: Haemophilia and the Royal Family, D. M. Potts,
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Actually, I like it a lot. Amazon can put ****1/2. This book is a credible account of the facts concerning the European royal haemophiliacs and of the appearance and disappearance of the gene in one family. Just what I wanted. The author's skills are, true enough, more medical and forensic than historical, thence the missing 1/2 star. But the balance is predominantly positive.
I wish D.M. Potts would tackle the gene of the madness of George III!