I thought this book was excellent. Annette Carson's meticulous research and sound reasoning on Richard III and the events of his short reign were well thought out using all the historical evidence gleaned from documents and writings at the time and shortly after. Her deductions are extremely plausible and in a lot of cases common sense when all the facts are placed before the reader and goes a long way to dismantling the clever and insidious untruths put out by the Tudor propaganda machine to justify Henry Tudor's usurpation of the throne after Richard's death at Bosworth Field. I would definitely recommend this book to all fellow Ricardians, and to anyone with an interest in Richard III - the real Richard III - and that period of English History.
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