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Royal Blood: King Richard Iii And The Mystery Of The Princes - Community Reviews back

by Bertram Fields
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A Tale of Two Pages
A Tale of Two Pages rated it 5 years ago
Spoiler Alert***The fate of the Princes in the Tower has long been one that has drawn speculation and debate. Many historians have laid the blame at their Uncle's feet, claiming that he murdered them in order to claim the throne for himself, and thereby removing any claim that they would have. Bertr...
LittleBookCove rated it 6 years ago
So I haven't brought my self a book for a while. Well I have but not a paper one. I love a bit of history and why not one of the most “Strangest moments in history” The disappearance of the princes in the tower. For years this has fascinated people because its one of those “Who did it??” Was it ki...
Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it 7 years ago
This book was impossible to put down! Fields does an excellent job of analyzing the difficult questions relating to Richard III and the princes in the tower. He expertly separates the issues of Richard's motivations for taking the throne, whether or not the princes were really killed, and if they we...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 9 years ago
Okay - there are books at each of my destinations, all hovering around the mid-way point. However I have been wined and dined today in glorious style (can't remember the last time moussaka was on my plate) so I shall pick up a fancy, which brings me to this point...Now is the winter of our disconten...
misfitandmom rated it 11 years ago
A very interesting concept, an attorney preparing a defense of Richard III and seeing the mystery of "who done them in" from his point of view. Fields takes the reader through the history of the Wars of the Roses, Edward IV, Richard III and those hated Woodvilles as he analyses the pros and cons of ...
DP9 rated it 15 years ago
Fields is an LA entertainment lawyer; not really the sort of person one would expect to write a Richard III history! He has approached the book - and the mystery of the princes in the tower - from a lawyerly point of view: looked at the evidence, examined the credibility of the witnesses (contempora...
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