L. W. Turnbull
Having studied the life and times of Cromwell I found several indications of his personality that were not clear in other biographies. The book deal generally with on outline of the civil war and ultimate protectorate. The most interesting area of Cromwell's personality was his deeply Protestant religion, although he would appear to have tolerated other faiths, whilst seeming to dislike extreme Puritanism and particularly the covenant. A book that is well worth reading to fill in some of the gaps left in other works.