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Complete but far too short,
This review is from: Richard the Lionheart: The Mighty Crusader (Kindle Edition)
David Miller's RICHARD THE LIONHEART is a very short work, 200 pages, on Richard's crusade into the Holy Land. The book is short but complete. I've read a number of other works on the subject, and have come across, here, details and facts that I'm discovering for the first time.
Personally, I much prefer the far more complete books dedicated to Richard, such as the wonderful RICHARD AND JOHN by Frank McLynn, the equally wonderful ELEANOR OF AQUITAINE by Alison Weir (a writer whose every book is a marvel) and BLONDEL'S SON by David Boyle.
My own books can be found on Amazon under Michael Hone.