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An unsafe conviction,
This review is from: The Princes in the Tower : Cold Case Re-opened (True Historical Crime) (Kindle Edition)
An investigation of the disappearance of Edward V and his. Brother by a detective with a fresh mind is well worth reading the hope of new insights. Garner certainly brings ion new suspects including Elizabeth of York, whom I had never even considered. I must say I don't find the case against her st all convincing. But then I have long thought that Perkin. Warbeck was possibly who he said he was and Henry VII simply didn't know whether he was a "feigned boy" or not. The people with both motive and opportunity to murder the Princes were Margaret Beaufort aided and abetted by Buckingham and her Stanley in laws. Buckingham was brought into Beaufort's camp by Morton. His defection to Tudor would buy Lancastrian support against Richard which he might subsequently harness to his own.cause should harm befall Tudor. He almost certainly could have arranged the harm - he thought.
There are some irritating failures of proofreading. Brandenbury